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|Subject: Re: OT: a bit - where to put liquid savings.||Date: 3/5/2004 11:12 AM|
|Author: yobria||Number: 39696 of 82852|
There's really no investment that pays a higher return because it takes you a week, not a day, to get your principal. If you want risk free liquidity, 2% is all you're going to get in the market.
If you're willing to assume some risk, buy some low P/E dividend paying stocks (FDP, POS, ING, REITs, MRK, utilites, etc) Or perhaps corporate bonds or MUNIs.
If you don't need as much liquidity, a CD is the obvious choice.
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