This is a good lesson for investors whose primary goals are preservation of wealth in real terms and low fluctuations in the total market value of their investments. It may be a good fit for those already wealthy or in retirement, or any person who has a low risk tolerance and wants to own a little bit of everything. But it should also be helpful in some way for anyone looking to become a better investor.
This lesson highlights one of the easiest, lowest cost, and wisest investment strategies for individuals to pursue. If you like things easy, this lesson is for you!
This is a lesson designed to help readers who are trying to develop a plan for allocating their investment assets among various categories, such as stocks, bonds, and cash.
This lesson is designed to help readers who are just starting to think through and develop a general philosophy and approach to investing in the stock market.
Investing means you are putting your money to work in some type of asset(s). This tutorial is written for people seeking to learn more about publicly traded securities such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and exchange-traded funds (ETFs).