Investment Planning 101
|Title and Description|
| Handling Market Volatility |
Though there's no foolproof way to handle the ups and downs of the stock market, the following common sense tips can help.
| How can I gauge my risk tolerance? |
Risk tolerance is an investment term that refers to your ability to endure market volatility.
| Investment Planning The Basics |
Investing is for everyone, not just the rich.
| Is there any type of insurance that can protect against losses from investments? |
Insurance companies do not currently offer protection against financial losses from poor investment choices or market downturns.
| Should I invest my extra cash or use it to pay off debt? |
Compare the money you might earn on other investments with the money you would pay on your debt.
| Six Keys to Successful Investing |
A successful investor maximizes gain and minimizes loss. Here are six basic principles that may help you invest successfully.
| Understanding Investment Terms and Concepts |
Basic principles you should understand when evaluating an investment opportunity or making an investment decision.
| Understanding Risk |
Few terms in personal finance are as important, or used as frequently, as risk.
| What is asset allocation and how does it work? |
Asset allocation is a technique used to spread your investment dollars across several asset categories.
| What is dollar cost averaging and how do I know if it's right for me? |
Dollar cost averaging is purchasing a fixed dollar amount of securities, in regularly scheduled intervals, over a period of time.
| What's the difference between growth investing and value investing? |
Growth investing seeks capital appreciation over the long term while value investing seeks low prices in relation to earnings.