mml44 wrote:5% reward checking. No bond can beat that.http://www.myconsumers.org/personal/che ... cking.html
JustinR wrote:It'll pay off 40 years from now.
Saving for retirement isn't really fun for those of us who are sooooo far away from that day.
Mel Lindauer wrote:crowd79 wrote:Existing I-Bonds don't get this .20% fixed rate do they? I've been buying I Bonds for the past couple of years.
Nice to see some good news for once!
No, the fixed rate of each I Bond is set for the life of that bond at the time of purchase.
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:Take a look at this hedge fund manager's pronouncement that the market will fall in one giant plunge of 40% or more.....http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2013/09/24/ ... nance&_r=0