There are several basics that are key to understand when creating and maintaining an investment plan. Here are a few we think every investor should be familiar with.
What is a Mutual Fund?
A mutual fund is a professionally managed pooled collection of stocks, bonds and other securities that you can invest in.Learn More
Understanding Risk and Diversification
As you evaluate what kind of investor you are and how much risk you can take on, remember that risk is the chance that the value of your investment will decline. Diversification is one of the keys to managing risk.Learn More
Types of Mutual Funds
Many types of mutual funds exist and different types of funds can help investors work toward their individual investment goals.Learn More
What is Asset Allocation and Why is it Important?
Asset allocation is a way of investing your money across different asset classes to help reduce your risk and portfolio availability. By spreading your investments out, you position yourself to take advantage of opportunities that may abound as the market changes, as well as protect yourself from being too heavily invested in one area.Learn More
Definitions for just about every investment term you can think of — ask prices to zero coupon bonds — as well as the ones you can't.Learn More