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Certificates of Deposits

  1. What is the difference between a demand deposit and a term deposit?

  2. Other than my savings account, what other types of holdings compound my interest?

  3. How often is interest compounded?

  4. What is a risk pyramid and why is it important?

  5. What are some safe fixed-income investments?

  6. How do commercial banks make money?

  7. How do investors calculate the present value of a future investment?

  8. What are the main advantages of fixed income securities?

  9. Can investments be consumed immediately?

  10. What is the safest investment?

  11. How are yields taxed on a certificate of deposit (CD)?

  12. Should I use a deferred tax asset for all of my retirement funds?

  13. When are treasury bills best to use in a portfolio?

  14. What is considered a good interest rate for a certificate of deposit (CD)?

  15. What are the typical durations for a certificate of deposit?

  16. How safe an investment is a certificate of deposit?

  17. How does macroeconomics explain "stagflation"?

  18. What's the difference between an individual retirement account (IRA) and a certificate ...

  19. Besides a savings account, where is the safest place to keep my money?

  20. If a client has a very low risk tolerance, all of the following might be suitable ...

  21. Are certificates of deposit a kind of bond?

  22. My certificate of deposit (CD) has just matured and I plan to contribute $10,000 ...

  23. How should I estimate my income from fixed sources like bonds, CDs and stocks?

  24. Why do longer term CDs pay a higher rate than the short-term CDs?

  25. I have several CDs in my IRA with different maturities. Can I roll them over to another ...

  26. What is the difference between municipal bonds and standard money market funds?

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