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Five Places to Put Cash

(9/28/22) The Bank of England caves to the risk of inciting market instability and resumes its quantitative easing program of bond purchases. Oil Prices may be poised to move higher; Millennials are making more trades than any other demographic; the problem of anchoring; there are benefits to holding cash; the genesis of mutual funds; 29% of Americans are withdrawing from savings for everyday expenses; survey of what women want: more financial security for their household. Five places to put cash, including paying off high-interest debt, money market accounts; pick two out of three: Liquidity, safety, or returns: That's what investors get; the problem with i-Bonds: Did you miss this opportunity?

2:46 - The Bank of England Blinks
14:12 - The Genesis of Mutual Funds & Benefits of Holding Cash
30:25 - What Women Want: Financial Security for Households
44:12 - Five Places to Put Cash

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