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CD Investing News
Every week we search through CD rates and only post the top performers for your review.
|CD Rate Shopping Around (April 2013)||
MixMasterMike helps us find a CD offer at 1.3% APY.
|Searching for High Yield CDs (Mar 2013)||
Sorry fellow Masters, the picking is slim.
|High Yield Dividend Stocks (CTL, NYMT, VALE)||
Forget High Yield CDs, they only offer up 1% at best for a year. Go with our dividend stock picks.
|Forget High Yield CDs, think High Yield Dividend Stocks||
The best a high yield CD can pay you is 1% a year. Mastery would rather invest in 6% to 13% high yield dividend stocks.
|Why invest in 3 month CD'S, just get a Dividend Checking account with First Tech||
The masters have your 3 Month CD alternative.
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