This website deals with the phenomen of a bond bubble, where 'bubble' (as a financial term), means the extreme increase in volume or price of an asset, which later implodes rapidly. We will look at examples of other bubbles that occurred in the past and at the fundamental data to answer the question if we are steering towards a bond bubble.

Now bonds are loans emitted by countries or companies, which are bought by other countries, companies or private persons. The emittent is committed to pay an annual yield on towards the buyer and to pay back the total amount at the end of the bonds period.