QMy bank has offered me a guaranteed stock market bond where I cannot lose my money.
What does GSMB stand for?
GSMB stands for Guaranteed Stock Market Bond (UK)
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We have 3 other meanings of GSMB in our Acronym Attic
- Gamma-Smooth Muscle Actin (veterinary anatomy)
- Gas Supply Master Agreement
- Global Scheduling Multiple Access
- Golf Sports Medicine Association (Paradise Valley, AZ)
- Great Smoky Mountains Association
- Greater Seoul Metropolitan Area (South Korea)
- GSM (Groupe Spéciale Mobile) Association
- Graduate School of Management Alumni Association
- Great Smoky Mountains Association of Realtors
- Geological Survey and Mines Bureau (Sri Lanka)
- Gesellschaft Schweizer Maler Bildhauer (German)
- Gesellschaft Schweizerischer Maler, Bildhauer, Architekten und Visueller Kunstler (German: Society of Swiss Painters, Sculptors, Architects and Visual Artists; Switzerland; est. 1866)
- Gloucestershire Short Mat Bowling Association (UK)
- Gas Source Molecular Beam Epitaxy
- Gator Sport Management Club (Gainesville, FL; est. 2005)
- Geospatial Standards Management Committee
- Ghana State Mining Corporation
- Global System for Mobile Communication
- Good Shepherd Medical Center (Longview, TX)
- Great Smoky Mountain Council (Knoxville, Tennessee boy scouts)
Samples in periodicals archive:
If you're an inexperienced investor then you could consider a Guaranteed Stock Market Bond, which gives you a choice of investment terms, and if you select the five-year option then not only do you get a guarantee that you can't lose any money, but you will receive 100 per cent of any growth in the FTSE100 index.
The new breed of Guaranteed Stock Market Bonds remove the risk of dabbling in shares but the returns are lower.
Then there are guaranteed stock market bonds, which are a form of equity investment in that their performance depends ultimately on the performance of the stock market.
A IF you are concerned about security then you should look at a Guaranteed Stock Market Bond.