The “locking in” aspect is an important consideration. Today’s high rates on money-market funds won’t last forever, and investors who have flooded into them face reinvestment risk. When yields dip, the income generated by money-market funds will fall, and the opportunity to invest in longer-term bonds, which rise in price when yields fall, will fade away.
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