Ken: I have a suggestion that might make your collection of CD information a little easier to access. In my experience, the most important pieces of information for a CD are 1) interest rate and yield, 2) EWP, 3) the health rating of the bank or CU and whether it is federally insured, and 4) how easily the interest is accessible to the owner. One can usually find each of these data points by digging through your narrative posts relating to each institution, but only the institution name and the APY are available in your pull-down summaries. It seems to me that it would not be very difficult to organize your pull down summaries of CD rates to present at least items 1-3 in a tabular fashion that would make it easier to evaluate the relative merits of each institution's offering. As to EWP, for example, you could break them down into numbered categories that would be identified in a legend and then you could simply give the category number for the EWP that applied. Just a suggestion for your consideration that might make a great web site even better. It would, of course, be a lot of work to redo each pull down list in this manner, but you might consider doing it gradually as you input new information about each institution's offerings. Many thanks.
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