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Money Market
« on: September 03, 2018, 02:46:46 PM »
Money Market

You just have options which are limited in your local banks and a number in the national banks if you desire of the best money market rates. Nowadays, you will be able to find money rates in the host of the banks all around the nation because of the emergence of the online banking and online shopping. These sites could be used for comparison in case you are looking for the best money market rates. Because of the competition that is getting fierce, the banks would even try harder to earn your choice. And at that point, you can use this knowledge as an advantage in getting the best money market rates.
Determining Money Market Rates
You may ask this question – how will money market rates be determined? Well, let’s start with the fact that the money market accounts are savings accounts which are turbo charged. You will be able to earn almost the same interest rate and at the same time you could write checks coming from them but only for a limited number. Although the return in the money market accounts is not that high as compared to the certificates of deposit (CDs), it would still be of convenience. When it comes to the money market accounts, you can withdraw the amount of money you need whenever you need it. Hence, the bank would be giving you lesser interest.
Just like the CDs, the money market rates are changing daily. There is no formula and co clear all-time winner whenever you look for a bank that would be providing you with the highest rates. Luckily, the sites which give you banking rate comparisons would allow you to compare the current market rates between the banks. At the same time, you are given the details with regard to the specific terms like the number of checks you could write or even the minimum balance (if there is) that you will be needing before you will be charged with a fee every month. The usual case would let you invest as low as $1000. Unless you go below that amount, you will not be charged with a monthly fee. As brought by the nature of the market accounts, there is a legal limit on the number of checks that could be written within the month.
Furthermore, the maximum rates which are given to the money market accounts are part of the advertisements and are in the account paperwork as the Annual Percentage Yield or popularly known as APY. In order to get the APY, the holder of the account must leave the principal deposit as well as the interest which were earned by the account. In this way, the interests are permitted of earning interest as well. This is what is referred to as compounded interest.
Opening of a Money Market Account
In frequent times, any credit union or bank would be requiring the lowest possible amount of balance to open a money market account. This required balance must be maintained in producing interest. The account owner must complete the verification process of the requirement of the minimum balance in making sure that the bank would continue to produce the highest market rates.
Henceforth, the holder of the account must be able to follow the federal policies and regulations. These policies serve as a guarantee that there will be no costs that will be charged to your account. Any costs that would be charged could possibly affect the capacity of the account holder in getting the highest rates of the money market that has been advertised in favor of the said account. The said costs could include Regulation D fees, monthly service fees and transaction charges.
Because there is the possibility that the money market rates could change, the holders of the accounts must continue in verifying other banks and credit unions in order to find the best rates that are being offered. The accounts could be closed and the owners have the freedom to transfer their money into another account without incurring penalties. It is just that the account holder must move the funds only after any interest earned have been posted into his or her account.
So, which would you choose? Would it be money market account or the CDs? This question would be usually asked because the two has many similarities. If you will not need an access into your account for quite some time, the CDs would be paying a higher rate. But if you need to write checks in a flexible manner, have access to your funds in an instant manner and you want an interest rate of a savings account that is competitive, you have to choose money market account.
The money market account is a low risk and a safe way of investing your funds while you are given the freedom in accessing your money anytime you need it.

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Re: Money Market
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2019, 06:15:03 PM »
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Re: Money Market
« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2019, 12:46:39 AM »
 Yes, but the problem is that if you're a bot or you're posting like a bot, the ban can come easily.
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Re: Money Market
« Reply #3 on: April 30, 2019, 03:42:22 PM »
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Re: Money Market
« Reply #4 on: May 01, 2019, 12:01:14 AM »
It's not a story. And try to understand that bot and bot-like posts here are leading to BAN.
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Re: Money Market
« Reply #5 on: June 10, 2019, 02:35:56 PM »
It's very good knowledge. I think it's interesting.


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