Everyone else has answered your question quite well regarding risk and return. I want to add a point on high yield bonds. High yield bonds have historically had a high correlation with stocks, which means they don't provide
Those are nice cars. If you don't qualify for a lease, you can always look at buying via an auto loan. Either way your payment will most likely be more expensive the worse your score is. Your best bet is to go to the place
The short answer is yes, it will affect his credit score.
The more important answer relates to your long-term financial future. I hate to make presumptions based on a short question but I wonder if this car lease is the
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