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Old 08-31-2022, 11:36 AM   #1481
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Is there a website that tracks best CD rates including ones offered by brokerage firms?
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Old 08-31-2022, 01:00 PM   #1482
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WADR to those of you posting about treasuries and bonds in this thread, I'd like to politely request that those discussions be held in a separate (very active) thread such as this:

https://www.early-retirement.org/for...ng-114400.html

IMHO, it would be better not to have to wade through pages of comments about purchasing bonds and treasuries for those of us who just want to see the latest updates on CDs and high yield savings rates. My two cents
You are absolutely correct. Sorry for my part in taking the thread on a detour. I actually came here just now to start a new thread specific to Treasury bills, notes, and bonds. I think the golden period thread is best suited for corporates.
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Vanguard makes buying on the secondary market super easy also. You just choose the maturity you want and get a list of the available options, pick the one you want and for how much and you're done. Let me know if you have any questions about it, but it's very user-friendly and self-explanatory.
So then what is the advantage/disadvantage of buying "New Issue' vs "Secondary Market".

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I would have to AGREE.

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WADR to those of you posting about treasuries and bonds in this thread, I'd like to politely request that those discussions be held in a separate (very active) thread such as this:

https://www.early-retirement.org/for...ng-114400.html

IMHO, it would be better not to have to wade through pages of comments about purchasing bonds and treasuries for those of us who just want to see the latest updates on CDs and high yield savings rates. My two cents
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Jazz, that would be a GREAT idea.

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I actually came here just now to start a new thread specific to Treasury bills, notes, and bonds. I think the golden period thread is best suited for corporates.
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Old 08-31-2022, 05:37 PM   #1486
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Is there a website that tracks best CD rates including ones offered by brokerage firms?
Not that I know of. For the brokered CDs, you have to go to your broker's website. At least with Vanguard, you don't need to log in (or even have an account for that matter) to see the available offerings so it's pretty easy.
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Is there a website that tracks best CD rates including ones offered by brokerage firms?
You might check this one out. Not sure they have the Brokerage firms.

https://www.depositaccounts.com/cd/
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Old 08-31-2022, 07:58 PM   #1488
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I use this site to check the rates for Fidelity. You don't have to be logged in.



https://fixedincome.fidelity.com/ftg...y|cd-new-issue
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I use this site to check the rates for Fidelity. You don't have to be logged in.



https://fixedincome.fidelity.com/ftg...y|cd-new-issue
And this is the comparable site for Vanguard:


https://personal.vanguard.com/us/FixedIncomeHome
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https://personal.vanguard.com/us/FixedIncomeHome
Thanks for this, Disneysteve. Since I just transitioned my Vanguard account to the brokerage version, I might as well poke around in it to see what's interesting.
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I don't see the advantage to Treasury auctions. Even if I have to pay a small amount to go secondary market it is so much easier.
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I don't see the advantage to Treasury auctions. Even if I have to pay a small amount to go secondary market it is so much easier.
The auctions make it easier as you don't have to be there to place an order as you can place it in advance. Personally, I like buying/selling in the secondary market.
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Ally raising interest rates again

Your Online Savings and Money Market Account rates are increasing from 1.85% to 2.00% Annual Percentage Yield (APY) on all balance tiers. Your new APYs go into effect on 09/02/2022, and will appear in your account on 09/03/2022.
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Best CD, MM Rates & Bank Special Deals Thread 2022 - Please post updates here

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Your Online Savings and Money Market Account rates are increasing from 1.85% to 2.00% Annual Percentage Yield (APY) on all balance tiers. Your new APYs go into effect on 09/02/2022, and will appear in your account on 09/03/2022.

Is the bank name a secret? :-)
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Is the bank name a secret? :-)
The header on the post says Ally. They've upped the rate nearly every week lately.
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In the header.
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I never really noticed there is no header on the mobile app. Iíll need to keep that in mind going forward.
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