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Post #158270377 added 10-15-2022 9:47 AM by kane9287 in Consumer Awareness
It's absolutely a great way to go for conservative portion of your investments. Generally I wouldn't invest all my available dollars this way. Find a reputable financial advisor in your area. Credit...
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Post #158270278 added 10-15-2022 9:42 AM by kane9287 in Consumer Awareness
Please talk to a financial planner or advisor before making any large investment decisions. It's good to be aware of what's available but age, risk, and financial situation should be the driver of...
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Post #158100685 added 10-09-2022 9:11 PM by spoolin01 in Consumer Awareness
What's the APR for a Treasury in the 2nd hand market with 3 mos +/- left to go. Isn't it higher?
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I was about to stash good lot of money in poppybank's 6 months(4%) CD but thinking of stashing it in 3 months (3% apy) CD so that I can leverage the Fed's hike spree in the next couple of months for...
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Post #157981711 added 10-04-2022 1:12 PM by cazic99 in Consumer Awareness
Rates crashed last couple days but still good. But you buy these in auction which is usually a couple weeks down the road so you may not get the 4.14
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Post #157947235 added 10-02-2022 9:56 PM by zKarp in Consumer Awareness
Edit the html to enable the field for keyboard entry. Ez
+63 Score 112 Replies 58,546 Views
I logged in fidelity and I only see 3 new issues for tbill 3mo 6 mo and 1 yr. Also rates are different than treasury direct.
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Post #157898311 added 09-30-2022 11:06 AM by PCislife in Consumer Awareness
Wait until they hit extremely low and then sacrifice those last three months (this is just a hedge against inflation). So say the fed *actually* manages to get inflation under control rates will drop...
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Post #157898005 added 09-30-2022 10:55 AM by JeremyC4542 in Consumer Awareness
Actually, this is a high-security system as it needs to be with the money floating around in there. Yes, the clicking on the keyboard is a pain but it keeps keystroke loggers from being able to...
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Post #157897966 added 09-30-2022 10:52 AM by JeremyC4542 in Consumer Awareness
Thanks! This is very helpful!!!
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Post #157890733 added 09-30-2022 12:32 AM by TheScofflaw in Consumer Awareness
A. You straight up open account for people in your household - spouse, children, then each can buy 10k per year B. You buy additional 10K bonds as gifts for others now (to lock in the current rate),...
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Post #157875940 added 09-29-2022 2:41 PM by Dragon38 in Consumer Awareness
What’s the deal with getting family members to gift you and gift them back? Does it have to be spouses and children? Or can siblings do it?
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Post #157873411 added 09-29-2022 12:45 PM by if200 in Consumer Awareness
Penalty if you cash them in before 5 years is the last three months, not six months, of interest. If the interest rate has gone down enough that you want to cash them in then that three months of...
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Post #157859281 added 09-28-2022 7:26 PM by deelznutz in Consumer Awareness
Yes, it's 10k per year. The only downside is the website is pure sh*t. They still have the old "security feature" of using your mouse to enter your password.
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Post #157859167 added 09-28-2022 7:19 PM by deelznutz in Consumer Awareness
Got a couple of brokers here.
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Post #157859128 added 09-28-2022 7:17 PM by deelznutz in Consumer Awareness
fool.com is aptly named.
+63 Score 112 Replies 58,546 Views
That's right! Make sure they are a Journeyman or higher!!!! :lmao:
+63 Score 112 Replies 58,546 Views
Post #157841344 added 09-28-2022 12:47 AM by spoolin01 in Consumer Awareness
Only CA municipal bonds, that I know of. But you'll get a correspondingly lower interest rate, so unless you're in a really high bracket, it won't make much difference after taxes.
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Is there any that is not taxed at both Fed and State (CA specifically)?
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Bunch of wannabe economists in here. Don't take the advice of some random slickdealers!
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