Overall CD Rates Hold Steady For Week Ending August 19th, 2011

This past week we have seen the Dow move up and down, but ending the week down 450 points. Many banks have cut their CD rates but overall the top CD rate leaders have held steady. The biggest drops come from a major Credit Union – Melrose. Melrose has consistently kept their rates higher than […]

24 Month CD Rates Stay At 1.75%

Over the past few weeks, CD rates have changed quite a bit. Banks seem to be battling out for the top spots of most of the CD rate terms. This battle between banks isn’t much to write home about, but it’s a positive sign that CD rates might actually go up in 2011. One of […]

Bank Of Internet Tops 2 Year CD Rates

Who would have ever thought that another bank could overtake Melrose Credit Union on any of the long term CDs. Melrose cut their rates across the board on Tuesday, causing a small ripple effect on the top CD rates charts. As soon as Melrose dropped their rate to 1.66% APY, Bank of Internet assumed the […]

Best CD Rates For Week Of November 22, 2010

Tis the season to give thanks and in the realm of investing, there isn’t too much to give thanks for. Over the past year we have seen CD rates continue their downward fall, with a few bright spots like iGObanking, when they where offering the highest 2 year CD, which even beat the highest 3 […]

iGObanking Drops Highest 24 Month CD Rate

I guess all good things come to an end, at least in this economy. iGObanking just lowered their 24 month CD rate from 2.25% to 2.00% APY, which is still over a quarter point higher than the next leading rate from Bank of Internet at 1.72% APY. Even though iGObanking dropped their 2 year CD […]

24 Month CD Rates Fall Below 2.00%

Can it be a sign of what is ahead in the game of CD rates? Finding the highest and most worthwhile investments is becoming more difficult than in times past. Is a 2 year CD under 2.00% APY really worth the time and money? Sure a certificate of deposit will be the safest place to […]