Invest in bonds with as low as 1000 ₸

  • Increase the reliability of your investment portfolio
  • Earn regular interest income
  • If bonds are up in price, sell them on the stock exchange and record additional profits!

Current investment ideas

Corporate bonds

Government bonds

Companies issue these securities to raise money for business development. By buying bonds, you give the company debt at interest.

Bond prices and yields may change. To find out the current price, contact your manager or fill out an application.



Coupon rate — 18%


Bonds «OnlainKazFinance» (MFOKb5)

The largest microfinance online organization in Kazakhstan. Cost of one bond: 1000 tenge. Volume of issue: 3 billion tenge. Indicative yield to maturity: 21% per annum.


20 March 2023

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Coupon rate — 10%


Bonds «OnlainKazFinance» (MFOKb7)

The largest micro-finance online organization in Kazakhstan. Face value of one bond: 100 USD. Volume of issue: USD 10 million. Indicative yield to maturity: 10% per annum.


6 September 2023

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Coupon rate — 7,625%


Sprint Corp bonds.

Sprint Corp. is a subsidiary of T-Mobile following its 2020 merger. The combined company has become one of the largest mobile service providers in the United States.

Indicative bond yield to maturity: 5.73% per annum


1 March 2026

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Coupon rate — 7,125%


Bonds of Sprint Corp.

Sprint Corp. is a subsidiary of T-Mobile following its 2020 merger. The combined company has become one of the largest mobile service providers in the United States.

Indicative bond yield to maturity: 5.47% per annum


15 June 2024

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Coupon rate — 5,875%


Bonds of Indika Energy subsidiary

Energy company from Indonesia. Indicative bond yield to maturity: 7.25% per annum. Coupon payment twice a year.


9 November 2024

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Coupon rate — 5,875%


Bonds of Macy’s, Inc.

Macy’s Retail Holdings is the largest department store chain in the United States. It has about 550 stores and sells products online. Revenue for 2021 was $24.6 billion. The company offers clothing, footwear, home textiles and cosmetics, and organizes fashion shows, cooking events, exhibitions and celebrity performances.

Fixed coupon. Call option on bonds - April 1, 2024 at $102.94.


1 April 2029

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Coupon rate — 5,4%


Freeport McMoRan Bonds

Freeport McMoran is a leading international mining company headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. Assets are large, durable mines with competitive production costs in the Americas and low costs in Indonesia. 80% of the company’s consolidated revenue comes from copper.

Indicative yield to maturity: 5.7% per annum. Coupon payment: twice a year.


November 14, 2034

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Coupon rate — 5,95%


Petróleos Mexicanos Bonds (Pemex)

State-owned oil and gas company from Mexico. Indicative bond yield to maturity: 10.5% per annum. Coupon payment twice a year.


28 January 2031

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Coupon rate — 5,125%


News Corp Bonds.

News Corp. is an American transnational media corporation. News Corp owns the news agency Dow Jones & Company (including the Factiva service), as well as the newspapers The Wall Street Journal, The Times, The Sun, and the New York Post.

Indicative yield to maturity: 6.02%. Coupon payout twice a year


15 February 2032

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National Governments sell sovereign debt to finance public procurement, public debt, social payments and other large-scale purposes. These bonds are highly reliable: when you buy them, you borrow money from a whole country.

Bond prices and yields may change. To find out the current price, contact your manager or fill out an application.

Coupon rate — 6%


Omani dollar sovereign bonds

Fixed coupon, payout twice a year.


1 August 2029

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Coupon rate — 4,875%


Kazakh dollar sovereign bonds

Indicative yield to maturity: 5.6%. Fixed coupon, payout twice a year.


14 October 2044

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Coupon rate — 6,35%


Turkish dollar sovereign bonds

Indicative bond yield to maturity: 9% per annum. Coupon payment twice per annum.


10 August 2024

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Coupon rate — 7,625%


Turkish dollar sovereign bonds

Indicative bond yield to maturity: 10.25% per annum. Coupon payment twice per annum.


26 April 2029

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How much can you make with bonds?

Yield of transactions with bonds sometimes does not equal earnings on shares.

If the price of the bonds has gone up well, you may not wait for the repayment of the bonds. It is better to sell them in open auctions and fix additional profits!

Here are some examples:

Austrian sovereign bonds (ISIN AT0000A2HLC4)

Deal yield: Deal yield 27.14% in EUR for three months

Purchase: 12.05.2021

Sale: 30.07.2021

In June, investors were actively buying bonds with a high investment rating due to a coronavirus delta strain.

Austria’s economy is well diversified. In 2021, it reached pre-pandemic levels. Effective fiscal measures and government spending of €4.5 billion helped the rapid recovery

Sovereign Eurobonds of the Republic of Kazakhstan (ISIN XS1901718335)

Deal yield: 14.5% in EUR for half a year

Purchase: 18.05.2020

Sale: 07.12.2020

The bond price rose thanks to a global recovery after COVIDa, as well as lower investor concerns about Kazakhstan’s prospects. The country’s economy declined less than that of most developed economies in 2020, and the government has significantly increased budget spending from reserves.

Also, during the bond holding period, the value of the main export raw materials - oil - increased by 33%.

Apple Bonds (ISIN US037833CH12)

Deal yield: yield of the transaction +9.91% in dollars for seven months

Purchase: 08.02.2020

Sale: 25.08.2020

Reliable investment in an instrument with AA+ credit rating from S&P and absolute liquidity.

The technology sector was one of the strongest during the period of Corona crisis and quarantine restrictions.

Beginners often ask...

What is a bond?

Bonds are debt securities that are traded on the stock exchange. At its core, one bond is like a receipt that confirms that someone took money from you and is obliged to give it with interest.

When you buy a bond, you lend money to a certain company or even to the government of an entire country. In return, the «borrower» undertakes to pay you interest regularly and to return the entire amount of the investments after a predetermined term.

Which is better - stocks or bonds?

It is not quite right to compare bonds with shares in the «better-worse» style. These instruments can complement each other in one investment portfolio.

Bond yields are on average lower than equities. However, they may be higher than bank deposits.

Bond risk is also traditionally lower: their price fluctuates less on the stock market. Plus, if the bonds are held by the end of their term, the investor will get back the full amount of the investments, even if the market price of the bonds by that time falls. Bonds are therefore considered a defensive instrument. They should be added to the investment portfolio to increase its reliability - especially in troubled periods in the market.

The result of investing in bonds is more predictable, because even before the purchase, you can know many factors: maturity, fixed interest rate, yield.

What is an “issuer”?

The issuer is a “debtor” who issued bonds to sell them and get money to realize their goals. Issuers can be companies, city authorities and governments.

What is “face value”?

Nominal value is the amount of debt per bond. If you multiply the value by the total number of bonds in the issue, you can find out how much money the issuer is borrowing at the that time.

In other words, the face value is the initial value at which the issuer offers bonds to investors. On the Kazakh market, the value of one bond is most often 1000 tenge. On foreign markets - $1000, although there are bonds in the value of $100,000. When bonds start trading on the stock exchange, their price may fluctuate above or below face value. But at the end of the term the issuer returns the investor money precisely at the face value of the bonds.

The price of bonds on the stock exchange is usually expressed as a percentage of face value. When in quotes you see the figure 95.3, and the value of the bond - 1000 tenge, this means that now the bond costs 95.3% of 1000 tenge. That is 0.953*1000 = 953 tenge.

What is “repayment”?

This is when the company has to pay the bondholder and return him the value of each bond. The maturity date is usually known in advance. On that day the bonds disappear from your account, and instead money appears. But you may also not have to wait for the repayment and sell the bonds on the market during the working time of the exchange.

What are “coupons”?

These are regular interest payments that the investor receives from the issuer. In other words, this is the main source of your stable passive bond income. The annual coupon rate is usually known immediately and fixed for the entire term of the bond. Although there is a “floating coupon rate”. In most cases, coupons are paid two or four times a year. Most often, companies pay them every three months.

What is “accumulated coupon income (ACI)”?

This is the coupon portion that’s accrued, but not yet paid, because there’s still time until the due date. This indicator is taken into account so that bonds can be bought and sold between coupon payments without losing the reward.

If the company pays coupons once every three months, and you have held the bond for only 1.5 months since the last payment, you still deserve half the coupon for that time - it will not be lost. When you decide to sell the bond, the buyer together with the market value of the bond at that time will also pay you ACI. The ACI itself resets at the time of the coupon payment and then gradually grows to the next payout date - until it reaches the full coupon size.

What is “profitability”?

This is how much you can earn on bonds shown as a percentage. But do not confuse the yield with coupons. If the coupon rate is fixed, the yield can change. It depends on the coupon rate, the market price of the bonds, the time of purchase and ACI.

There is an important feature: when the price of a bond falls, its yield rises. Conversely, when the price of a bond rises, the yield falls.

Why are bond credit ratings important?

Credit ratings from agencies like Standard & Poor’s, Fitch, or Moody’s affect bond yields through reliability.

The yield of the bonds with rating «AAA» will be obviously lower because the issuer is considered very reliable. The issuer doesn’t have to overpay investors to raise their funds. Investors themselves see that to give such a borrower money is almost a risk-free opportunity, which can make a little money.

The yield of bonds with “BBB” rating will be higher. These are still very reliable issuers, but rating agencies see more risk factors for them. For this risk investors want to earn more income on their investments.

And so on - the lower the rating, the higher the bond yields.

About the company

Freedom Broker is an international investment company, represented in 12 countries: Kazakhstan, USA, Germany, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Cyprus, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Great Britain, France, and Spain.

The company is part of the international investment group Freedom Holding Corp. The group has an equity of $508,000,000.

The holding company’s shares are listed on the US stock exchange NASDAQ. The holding is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC, USA).

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