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Some investors are opting to take on more risk as a result of dismal CD rates.
CD rates are so low a worm couldn’t crawl under them, particularly in Pittsburgh, which boasted the lowest CD rates in the country for the month of May.
The only reason to buy a CD these days is for the piggy bank function. It keeps savers from spending money but doesn’t offer a lot in returns.
In the weird world of prolonged near-zero interest rates, the premium banks used to pay CD investors to lock up their money is disappearing.