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ATB HISA & GIC
October 12, 2022
12:51 pm
Repires
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Hi guys, thanks again for keeping up with good work.

I'm just wondering ATB is not included? I know it's province restricted but I've seen others included on the tables.

https://www.atb.com/resources/rates/high-interest-savings-accounts-rates/

https://www.atb.com/resources/rates/gic-rates/

Cheers,
Ray

October 12, 2022
8:15 pm
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The ATB Wealth HISA is not really a regular savings account, like the EQ Bank Savings Plus account or the Motive Savvy Savings account.

It is one of those brokerage ISA's and is only available through an ATB Wealth advisor.

Grow your way

​Earn interest in either a registered or unregistered investment plan. Not sure? This account is offered exclusively through an ATB Wealth advisor to help you optimize your investment for your needs.

Minimum investment $1,000 for Series A and F
$25,000 new money for Series SA and SF2
Maximum investment Unlimited
Cashability Trade +1 business day (purchase and redemption)

Their GIC rates would be near the bottom of this site's GIC chart:

1 year 4.00%
2 year 4.20%
3 year 4.40%
4 year 4.50%
5 year 4.60%

October 12, 2022
10:16 pm
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Peter: For the last week or so, the site's counters of what I've read or have not read have been whacky. Some threads I've been following appear in the "New and Unread" group but reading starts at the thread's beginning, or somewhere else, instead of the next new post. Anyone else seeing this?
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