- 10-year TIPS reopening auction gets a record-low real yield of -1.145%
- 10-year TIPS reopens Thursday: How low can it go?
- Medicare Part B’s monthly premium, deductible costs will surge 14.6% for 2022
- U.S. inflation surged 0.9% in October, well above expectations
- First rule of I Bonds: Don’t rush to sell your I Bonds
- I Bond’s fixed rate holds at 0.0%; composite rate soars to 7.12%
- 5-year TIPS auction gets a record-low real yield of -1.685%
- I Bond podcast: U.S. Savings Bonds for a risk-free, stellar return over the next year …
- A new 5-year TIPS goes to auction Thursday. Here’s what to expect.
- I Bond dilemma: Buy in October? Or wait until November?
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I Bonds have a 30-year term, but you can sell them any time after 5 years with no penalty. My suggestion: Hold them until you really need the money. By David Enna, Tipswatch.com The I Bond’s new inflation-adjusted variable rate … Continue reading
Treasury also maintains EE Bond’s doubling period at 20 years By David Enna, Tipswatch.com The U.S. Treasury just announced the November 2021 to April 2022 terms for U.S. Series I Bonds and EE Bonds, and there were no surprises. Both … Continue reading
By David Enna, Tipswatch.com Jeremy Keil, a certified financial planner based in Milwaukee, reached out to me this month to help educate his clients on U.S. Series I Savings Bonds, a very hot topic in October 2021. We tried to … Continue reading
My opinion: Long-term investors should buy in October. Short-term term investors could wait until November. But whatever … buy I Bonds in 2021. By David Enna, Tipswatch.com With the release of the September inflation report on Wednesday, we got rather … Continue reading