# Investing

An individual investor has birr 90,000 to divide among several investments.
The alternative investments are municipal bonds with an 9.5 % return, certificates of deposits with a 10% return, treasury bill with a 7.5 % return,

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1. I'd say go with the highest yield.
Was there something in particular you wanted to ascertain?

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