Looking for new investment opportunities? Investing in foreign stocks can greatly expand the field of opportunities and risk/reward possibilities available to you.
Why do you need to know about investment diversification? This article explains why diversification is a key strategy for managing risk and getting more out of your portfolio.
Advanced asset allocation uses different management strategies along a spectrum of active and passive management – but it also uses new asset classes that can boost returns.
Managing cash and cash equivalents are essential for individuals and businesses. Cash is an asset class that impacts portfolios and business balance sheets, but it is often overlooked as an income source by individuals and businesses.
Investment property can be a very effective way to generate wealth. And when mortgage rates are low, people become very interested in learning how to invest in real estate. Buying investment property involves three phases:
- Goal setting (rental income, buy and hold, fast flip, etc.)
- Choosing the right property or properties
- Determining how you’ll pay for your investment
Your goal determines what type of property you’ll seek and how you’ll pay for it.
Asset allocation is the process of deciding which financial instruments (stocks, fixed income, cash, real estate) you should invest in, how much risk you should assume (conservative to very aggressive), and how much money you should invest in each asset class. It is the most powerful strategy to build a top-performing investment portfolio.
Confused by terms like “APR” and “APY”? It’s not just alphabet soup – the difference could make or cost you money. See how to use APR and APY when shopping for things like savings accounts and personal loans.
Want to pay less in taxes and have more money at retirement? Read up on how 401(k) contribution limits for 2024 affect you.
Interested to invest in real estate? REITs can provide an efficient way for ordinary investors to invest in residential and commercial real estate, but it helps to know how they work and what questions to ask before you invest.
Most Americans are behind on retirement saving. Are you? Use these benchmarks to know where your retirement savings should stand at different ages.