Short ETFs and Inverse ETFs outperform in declining investment markets. Learn the pros, cons and details about investing in short ETFs. Find out which inverse exchange traded funds might outperform this year.
The great part about structuring a diversified index fund DIY portfolio is that once it’s complete, it requires minimal attention. Annual rebalancing and updating prices, dividends and capital gains and you’re done managing your investments. Take control of your investing today and eliminates financial worries of tomorrow.
Easy to grasp primer about options as a conservative investing strategy. Learn about Covered Calls and Protective Puts.
The world of investing is already diverse: all you have to do is build a portfolio with a mix of asset classes, and you’re well on your way to meeting your financial goals… right? Maybe not. There are a multitude of new investment opportunities popping up, including many accredited investor opportunities. Find out how to become an accredited investor (or qualified investor) and whether these opportunities might be for you.
Before creating a portfolio, you need an asset allocation strategy. Specifically, you need to know whether to allocate your assets
“I would like your opinion and advice on how I should allocate my investments and my daughter’s investments among mutual funds. Both our accounts are with Fidelity. I am 56 and plan to retire at 60. I have $400,000 in IRAs (Traditional and Roth). My daughter is 24 and has $65,000 in an individual acct and $50,000 in both Roth and rollover IRA. There are so many funds to choose from and I feel overwhelmed. Any suggestions would be helpful.”