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  • Hi @MikeW: Generally, each money market mutual fund position, as well as each cd, equals a sum of about 2% of my master portfolio total value that is held in my ivestment cash sleeve. Currently, I hold 4 money market mutual funds. They are AMAXX, GBAXX, PCOXX and DGTXX. PCOXX has the most risk being a prime money market fund that can invest in corporate paper as well as US Treasuries while the other three are all US Government Treasury funds. At times I have also used AFAXX but usually its yield is back of the four I have noted.

    The rest of my cash is held in my demand cash sleeve. Some of it will be used in May to buy a third and possibly fourth cd depending on cd interest rates.

    You might find below link of interest as it list the highest yielding retail money market funds.

    I hope this has been helpful.

    April 4