Cash Flow Tool

Calculate your investment income in 3 easy steps

Exchange Traded Bond units (or XTBs) provide investors with both security and a regular income stream.

Our Cash Flow Tool allows you to build your own portfolio of XTBs, or choose from one of our XTB Starter Packs, with XTBs selected around targeted investment themes.

Follow the 3 simple steps below to create your XTB cash flow forecast.

  • STEP 1: Click on the icons below to choose a Starter Pack, or build your own portfolio of up to 10 XTBs.
  • STEP 2: If you chose a Starter Pack, enter your investment amount, which will be allocated according to the portfolio weightings across the pre-selected XTBs. If you chose to build your own portfolio, select up to 10 XTBs from the list. Then either enter an overall investment amount to be split equally across your chosen XTBs, or select individual investment amounts for each XTB.
  • STEP 3: Calculate your cash flow.
STEP 1 -Choose a Starter Pack or create your own portfolio
STEP 3 -Review your cash flow

Your own XTB portfolio

Cash flow results
Click on year for a 12 month view of cash flows
Close year

Cash Flow (income & capital)


About your results

The graph above is interactive, showing your coupon payments for their lifetime, or across a single year, simply click on a year for this view.

It also shows exact payment dates and coupon amounts. Your Cash Flow Table shows the income and capital outlay of the portfolio and net return, so you can track how your XTB portfolio will perform over time.

To buy: Log onto your online broker with the XTB ticker codes of your choice - All XTBs start with the code "YTM" and are 6-digits long.

Receive a copy of your portfolio and PDF summary by clicking on the "EMAIL RESULTS" button. We’ve also included a handy option for you to send a copy to your adviser at the same time. 

Click the "CHANGE MY PORTFOLIO" button to amend any of the details.

When you are ready to make a purchase, contact your adviser or logon to your online broker to place your trade in the same way you do with shares.