## Sample Scenario 011 – Investing \$100,000 in CDs at Fixed 2.25% per Year

Sample Scenario 11 is very similar to Sample Scenario 9 except we are investing in certificates of deposit (CDs) instead of a savings account. We’ve also assumed that the rate of return on CDs are slightly better than the interest rate you’d earn investing your money in a savings account. In this Scenario we assumed that you are able to earn 2.25% per year investing \$100K in CDs. Again, simple and easy. This Scenario was made so I could create the How to Invest \$100K article where I compare investing \$100K in a variety of different investments. This Scenario investing … Read more

## Sample Scenario 010 – Investing \$100,000 in Savings at Approximately 2% per Year

Sample Scenario 10 adds some complexity to Sample Scenario 9. In both Scenarios you are investing \$100K in a savings account. However, in the previous Scenario, sample Scenario 9, the interest rate on the savings account was fixed at 2% for the entire Scenario. In this one, sample scenario 10, we’ve added a Rule that makes the rate of return for the savings account variable. The Rule… and you can change these assumptions by copying it to your Planner™ and editing the Rule… will select a random number using a normal distribution curve between -.25 and .25 and add that … Read more

## Sample Scenario 009 – Investing \$100,000 in Savings at Fixed 2% per Year

In this sample Scenario you are starting with \$100,000 and just sticking it in a savings account that is earning 2% per year. That’s it. Nothing more, nothing less. I created it as part of the epic blog post I am creating on How to Invest \$100K where I compare how to invest \$100K in a variety of different investments. Copy To Your Own Planner™ If you want to copy this Scenario to your own Planner™ you can use the button below to copy this Scenario to your own account. From there, you can modify any of the assumptions or … Read more