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CDs

6 essential truths on today's CD rates

October 16, 2014

Understanding these things about today's CD rates can boost the interest you earn on your savings.

5 factors that could drive interest rates higher

July 16, 2014

It's been a long time since interest rates rose, but these pressures could be what finally pushes them upward.

Why inflation is still a threat to your retirement

June 25, 2014

Inflation may be relatively mild today, but even a minor acceleration in price increases could profoundly affect your retirement planning.

Below zero: The future of bank rates?

June 18, 2014

Negative interest rates are starting to become a reality in Europe. Will they come to the U.S. next?

Bonds vs. CDs: A secure-investment showdown

June 12, 2014

Both Treasury bonds and CDs can be safe sources of income, but the length of your investment may determine which is the better choice.

4 caveats on variable-rate CDs

May 28, 2014

Variable-rate CDs can offer savers some intriguing options, but not always at a favorable price.

8 costly investment mistakes to avoid

April 2, 2014

Investors make these mistakes all the time, but there's no reason you should.

Is the stock market too high on low rates?

March 12, 2014

Stocks recently rallied on news of economic weakness, but is the market putting too much faith in low borrowing costs?

Investments to watch in a rising-rate environment

February 5, 2014

Investing isn't always easy when interest rates are climbing, but knowing which areas to watch can help.

5 ways to limit risk from stocks

December 4, 2013

As the market soars, investors need to consider strategies for reining in their risk exposure. Here are five ways to do it.

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