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Certificates of deposits can be an ideal vehicle because they're simple, safe and stable. They almost always offer better interest rates than savings accounts, and they're almost always backed by FDIC insurance. Problem is, rates aren't impressive at the moment. That's partly because so many investors have fled risk, and partly because banks, which use CD deposits to fund loans, aren't issuing many mortgages. The average annual yield on a six-month certificate of deposit with a $25,000 minimum recently stood at 2.05%, and money market rates were less than 1%, according to BankingMyWay.com. Brokered CDs ...
A CD, or Certificate of Deposit, is a relatively low-risk investment usually obtained through a bank or similar institution; although, some brokerage firms are now offering this type of investment. CDs offer a higher rate than most savings accounts, but they come with the same federal deposit insurance protection as a savings account. CDs earn a higher rate because you are guaranteeing a bank that they will have an agreed amount of your money for a fixed period of time. Basically, at the end of an established period of time you cash in the CD for the original investment amount plus any ... Read More
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