I was going through another thread with a useful discussion on the 3rd Edition of Tuckman. But not having rights to post to that thread, I am starting another one here. Hope that is ok? Aleks has scored in favor of Tuckman. Though, I would like to cite that CFA uses Fabozzi almost entirely. Any particular reasons that you see for CFAI to opt for Fabozzi over and above the other two [beyond that he is a CFA charter holder]. How do the latest editions of the three compare in terms of only the Bonds portion [not taking into account the derivatives portions esp in Veronesi]?