Your first job. Such a big milestone. For the first time ever, you are financially independent. You have moved on from being a broke college student to a successful young professional. Don’t get too comfy with that big paycheck, though, it is time to start investing.
Investing can be very intimidating to get started. While it is not a good idea for the typical investor to buy individual stocks, mutual funds and index funds are a great way to buy into the market for instant diversity at a low cost.
Most of us have heard of hedge funds, but don’t really understand what they are. We think of them as a way rich people get richer, but sometimes lose big if they are not careful. While both of those can be true statements, there is a lot of other useful information to know about hedge
Happy February friends! This month has always had a soft spot in my heart because of my birthday, which is tomorrow! I’m entering my last year a twentysomething blogger, but looking back at all of the posts I have written since the blog was born on October 7th, 2008, I am thrilled with how far
Before my wife and I started our own business I worked in the investment industry for a number of years, which always allowed me insights as to how an individual would manage his or her investment portfolio. Some of these instances were great as it allowed me to learn something new to implement with my
Investment “experts” always tout the importance of a diversified portfolio. Today I am going to explain exactly what that means and how you can build your own diversified portfolio without paying an “expert” to do it for you.