I Bonds 9.62 Percent Coming? Buy Now or Wait? | Series I Savings Bonds | IBonds Treasury Direct

Written by Donnie Nguyen

April 23, 2022

I Bonds rates are expected to be 9.62 percent starting in May. The current I Bond interest rate of 7.12 percent is already very high. I Bonds are also known as Series I Savings Bonds and can be purchased from the U.S. Treasury at TreasuryDirect.gov. In this video, I go over how the IBond inflation interest rate is calculated. Then I go over whether or not I think it’s better to buy an I Bond now or wait until the rate changes.

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At the time of publishing this video, I have net long positions I Bonds and Bitcoin.

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Donnie Nguyen

Donnie Nguyen

Donnie Nguyen is the founder and CEO of Wolves of Investing. He started investing in the stock market in the early 2000s. He follows the teachings of Peter Lynch, Warren Buffett, and other investing legends. When he's not investing or blogging, he loves spending time with his family traveling and experiencing the world.

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