A bull CD pays its holder a specified percentage of the increase in return on a specified market index while guaranteeing a minimum rate of return.
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A certificate of deposit in which the interest rate is tied to the value of a stock market over the course its life. There is, however, a minimum interest rate so that the CD is exposed to market upswings, but not downturns. A bull CD is often used by investors who want to have involvement with the stock market but with a low risk.
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