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Which best describes the difference between stocks and bonds? a. Stocks allow investors to share in profits; bonds make investors responsible for company debts. b. Stocks allow investors to own a portion of the company; bonds are loans to the company. c. Stocks pay interest to investors throughout the year; bonds only pay interest at fixed times during the year. d. Stocks are a more reliable investment; bonds tend to be more volatile.

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The option that best describes the difference between stocks and bonds is B. Stocks allow investors to own a portion of the company; bonds are loans to the company. When you have stocks, it means that you bought one "part" of a company, and in case that company gets sold one day, you will get a profit for what you bought. Bonds are quite the opposite - it is the money a company borrows from someone in order to pay something.

isabel123espin

 ITS B because it on evefi 

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