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Money Market: For People that Always Looking for Something More

It is common that people always look on ways for their money to grow more in speed and value.

While expecting their money to grow in speed and value, people always consider and weigh between risk and yield. Naturally, higher risk yields higher result. On the contrary, lower risk yield lower result.

The battle of risk and yield always present in one’s mind, and often attributed to one’s personality traits – for example, in outdoor activity, do you like bungee jumping or strolling in the park? Your answer will be one of the indicators of your risk tolerance toward investing your money.

How much do people want more?

As people always look for something more, the quantity of ‘more’ in people’s mind is widely different, depending on the personality traits, investment outlook and personal finance budgeting and planning.

There are investment instruments that allow you to choose the investment type that best suited to your situation.

Investment in stocks, mutual funds, money market, certificate of deposits, etc. along with the macroeconomic trends will determine how much you will get out of your investment.

Money market

I would like to focus on one of the most common investment option, but not many people aware the benefit of – money market.

According to Wikipedia – In finance, the money market is the global financial market for short-term borrowing and lending. It provides short-term liquid funding for the global financial system.

Normally, investing in money market by opening a money market account yield more return than the conservative saving account.

According to M&T Bank eMoney Market website, the Annual Percentage Yield (APY) of money market is 3.25 per cent, compared to the 2.25 of national savings average.

Just like other forms of investing, you can open an online money market account, such as M&T Bank eMoney Market Account.

Money market might have the right compromise between risk and yield for some person. I personally recommend money market account (and do not recommend savings account) as part of diversification in your personal finance budgeting and planning to achieve your financial goal.

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