I'm trying to do a true "apples to apples" comparison of the yields of the Schwab ultra-short bond fund SWYSX (2.65% Trailing Twelve Month Yield, 2.24% TTM yield after expenses) versus ING Direct CD's (2.6% for one-year CD) and ING Direct 2.1% Money Market. Seems like ING Direct is the way to go to avoid risk of rising interest rates, either CD's or Money Market, depending on liquidity needs. Does this comparison sound correct?Thanks for any comments.DonFool
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