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To understand the fraudulent schemes and phony financial instruments involving what are claimed to be marketable U.S. Treasury securities, it’s important for you to learn more about marketable U.S. Treasury bills, notes, and bonds.
Marketable Treasury securities are sold at public auctions on a regular auction schedule well known to market participants. We announce the auctions far in advance to allow investors to prepare for the sale. We do not issue securities through private placements, nor do we license financial entities or individuals to act as intermediaries to sell marketable Treasury securities. Although we don’t designate financial institutions to sell Treasury bills, notes, and bonds, they are available through banks and brokerages.
Marketable Treasury securities exist in three forms:
There are three systems in which investors can hold marketable book-entry Treasury bills, notes, and bonds: