A security backed by recently issued loans or mortgages. Its value is less than that of a security whose backing is over one year old. Securities over a year old are called seasoned securities.

A generic security does not yet have a history that potential investors can look to for past performance rating as a seasoned security does. However, as they are valued less by investors, generic securities are less expensive to purchase.

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Because investors believe in the future performance potential for an older, more established, seasoned one over that of a newer, less established, one.

You need to be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

If no one wants them , then you will have to take them back to where you bought them from . You may get some money back depending on how long it takes for someone else to want your bond . It could be years before someone buys it .

Anyone who wants them can buy them from you when they mature .

On the Internet at www.securities-exchange-com/newissues/index_nifs_.htm

The value of an older, more established, seasoned security is higher than that of a newer, less established, generic one.

A generic security has less value than that of a seasoned security.

A generic security is backed by recently issued loans or mortgages.

Yes , there is risk involved because if interest rates go up , then people will not want to buy your bond as much as they did before . This means that its price will fall so that it becomes cheaper for other people who want your bond but cannot afford