Finance
June 17, 2019

Your financial co-pilot

If you weren’t around, what would happen to your investments? In many families, one person handles investment decisions and spouses or children have little comprehension of what happens each week, month, or year with a portfolio.

 
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Mutual Funds vs. ETFs; similarities and differences.

The growth of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) has been explosive. In 1998, there were only 29; at the end of 2018, there were over 1,900 investing in a wide range of stocks, bonds, and other securities and instruments.

Retirement planning weak spots; they are all too common

Retirement savers will want to diversify their invested assets.