Bonds add safety but reduce your overall return.
Exchange-traded funds are a cross between index funds and stocks.
4 basic factors to a steady portfolio: stocks versus bonds, your personal goals, diversification, and rebalancing.
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Mutual funds give us cheap and easy access to stocks and bonds (and other types of securities) to increase our wealth.
A stock is an ownership interest in a company.
Keep yourself on track to retire by adding diversity to your investment portfolio.
Your time horizon should determine your risk.
Do you want to play it safe? Or are you in a position to be more risky?
Investment advisers and brokers are professionals: Expect to pay them.
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