Do you own stocks or stock funds? If the answer is yes, this tutorial can help you develop a portfolio that makes sense for you.
If the answer is no, this planning center has the information and advice you need to confidently place your first buy order.
- Getting Started
Stocks can be volatile, but they have historically returned more than any other investment.
- Keep an Eye on Earnings
his is the bottom line, profits. Plus, how share prices and earnings can help you compare stocks.
- Check Key Numbers
Book value, return on equity, total return and other indicators can help you zero in on quality stocks.
- Establish Your Game Plan
A personalized approach and investing at regular intervals are the best ways to build wealth.
- Avoid Common Errors
One requirement for successful investing is keeping mistakes to a minimum. These eight mistakes recur with unnecessary frequency.
- Recruit the Right Broker
How much advice do you need — and how much are you willing to pay for it?