Market Linked CDs are being called “The next big thing” and it is not hard to see why, when you can be guaranteed a .5% gain but could have up to a 7% gain!
FDIC Protected Certificates of Deposit
Certificates of Deposit are paying interest at an all-time low! All except one: the Market Linked Certificate of Deposit.
Many Insurance Agencies are now offering Market Linked Certificates of Deposit to thier clients. These Certificates of Deposit are issued by some of the world’s largest banks, are FDIC insured, and principal protected. The interest they pay is variable, often with a minimum guaranteed rate.
If you have Certificates of Deposit coming up for renewal, you owe it to yourself to check out Market Linked Certificates of Deposit.
To learn more about how you can keep the safety of a traditional Certificates of Deposit while getting some upside market potential, please take a couple of minutes to watch this brief presentation.
Market Linked CDs Information for Consumers
Making investment decisions in today’s economic environment can be challenging to say the least. Should you be in the market or should you seek safety? Should you risk missing out on the next market rally by keeping you money on the sidelines or risk getting caught in the next market downturn? Learn more about safe money choices by clicking on the link below.
The 150% Solution
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