Mutual funds are investing vehicles that buy a very wide range of individual securities, like stocks and bonds. Buying one share of a mutual fund instantly diversifies your holdings, and this easy diversification makes them a favorite of both financial advisors and regular investors. Here’s what you need to know to start buying mutual funds. […]
Families across the U.S. are financially diverse — and so is how they save. But across the board, more are saving now than ever before, whether it’s for emergency expenses…
Exchange traded funds, commonly known as ETFs, are a low-cost way to buy exposure to hundreds or thousands of stocks and bonds, making them a favorite of financial advisors and investors alike. Here’s how to start buying ETFs. 1. Open a Brokerage Account Because you can’t just go to the store to purchase a basket […]
Avoid the risks of concentrating too much of your portfolio in these stocks that performed well in 2020.
There are still ways to get paid a decent amount from your investments.
It's never too early to position your child for financial success.
We didn't even have a word for this 10 years ago.
If you can afford to invest the money you get from the government, investing in this fund is like putting your stimulus money on steroids.
It may not be the conventional approach but it paid off.
Q: My wife and I own our home jointly. The home has appreciated substantially in the 25 years we have owned it to the point that when we sell, we will net more than $500,000 in profit. That means, we’ll likely owe some tax.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk edged past Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to grab the title of world's richest person, according to Bloomberg and other sources.
A homeowners association (HOA) can be a blessing or a curse to those who belong to one, depending on whether the association is well-run, has reasonable fees and isn’t overly restrictive. If you’ve never lived in—or even heard of–an HOA, here are some things you should know about one of the fastest-growing trends in home […]
These two stocks pay out more than $1 per share in quarterly dividends.
No, but the rally is certainly due for a breather followed by a change of character.
"That Time of Year" by: Garrison Keillor; Arcade Publishing (372 pages, $30) ——— MINNEAPOLIS — Garrison Keillor has been holed up in Manhattan during the pandemic, but he left his heart in the Twin Cities. His first memoir, "That Time of Year: A Minnesota Life," has its fair share of juicy tidbits about the often reclusive author, but he's more passionate about honoring his homeland than ...