's "Safe havens for risky times"

Jul 20 07's "Safe havens for risky times" says "safe-haven investments are growing more appealing to some analysts, who say the market has gotten ahead of itself and is due for a correction". The article includes a section on "Cash", saying "With the fed funds rate at 5.25 percent, it's fairly easy to find a high-yield savings account paying 5 percent, according to Peter Crane, president of Crane Data, a firm that tracks money market mutual funds and other cash investments.... [E]veryday investors looking to beef up their cash reserves will probably want to opt for money market mutual funds or bank savings accounts".

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