A:

a. fixed annuity

b.
common stock

c.
treasury bond

d.
certificate of deposit






Answers: b

Debt securities and investments that promise fixed rates of returns are the most susceptible to purchasing power risk or inflation. Fixed annuities, CD's, and treasury bonds all fall under these categories.



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