What’s the best interest rate you can get from a no risk source?
And what would that source be. TD Ameritrade has offered 1.6 percent.
- A HunchLv 74 weeks agoBest answer
You should be able to get a better rate than that.
Ally is offering 1.7%
Here is a list with the pros and cons of the accounts.
- zman492Lv 73 weeks ago
Generally the most risk free investments are considered to be those offered by the United States government. As of yesterday the highest rate offered was 2.31% on 30 year treasury securities.
- tiescoreLv 64 weeks ago
There is nothing that is no risk. Even the most protected investment has inflation risk to deal with. All these savings vehicles at under 2% are barely exceeding the inflation rate so your not gaining any real purchasing power. Your best off putting funds for short term investment goals in a convenient savings account (rather than worrying about an 0.1% difference) and spend your efforts on your long term investments which should be in a diversified portfolio including equities so you can exceed the inflation rate.
- Wayne ZLv 74 weeks ago
1.75% APR from American Express Personal Savings.
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- DON WLv 74 weeks ago
Some banks and credit unions are offering Certificates of Deposit earning over 2% interest.