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 What Is a High Yield High Risk Certificate?

Answer Traditional certificates of deposit (CDs) offered by banks are not particularly risky. However, there are certificates that carry risk and therefore a higher yield.
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What is a high-yield, high-risk certificate?

An issuing bank of long-term, up to 20 years, or high-yield CD may choose to terminate the CD after only one year or longer, not the investor. This can give the investor higher risk. If interest ra... Read More »
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High Yield & Risk?

In general, the higher an investment's yield, the higher its risk. This is because riskier investments are less likely to attract investors than safer alternatives.
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What is high yield?

High yield is a term applied to certain types of investments--especially bonds, stocks and mutual funds--that are thought to have a large financial return in relation to their purchase price. Typic... Read More »
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