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Does your portfolio's risk profile reflect your ability to endure periods of market volatility, both financially and emotionally? Are you sure? Evaluate your personal relationship with risk here.
With interest rates near historic lows, it can be difficult to meet income objectives solely through purchases of corporate or government bonds, or by investing in fixed-income mutual funds. Dividend-paying stocks, and the mutual funds that invest in them, may offer an additional source of income.
Oftentimes, when you move funds over from an employer plan to an IRA, your financial institution may suggest that you use a rollover IRA to receive the funds. Is a rollover IRA a good option for you?
While stocks can be volatile, especially in response to major domestic or world events, historical market data show that prices typically have returned to less volatile patterns over time. That can be good news for long-term investors.
Why is diversification so important? The simple reason is that it helps ensure that your risk of loss is spread among a number of different investments.
The news is full of stories about the latest hot stock – a rapidly growing company benefiting from an innovation or recent market demand. Wouldn’t it be helpful to capture that growth for your investment portfolio?
Setting goals is a very important part of life in general and in financial planning in particular. Before you actually invest your money, you should spend some time considering and setting your personal financial goals.
Publicly traded companies are required to report quarterly financial results to regulators and shareholders. How should you read these documents and what can you learn from them?
While the financial planning process allows you to put plans in place for the future, it also can have immediate benefits. Take control of your financial future starting today. These five tips can help.
While the U.S. government has issued 13 types of savings bonds, there are currently only two series available for purchase through the U.S. Treasury Department.