Are you tired of all the investing gimmicks out there? Invest in gold, buy commodities, short stocks, trade Forex, and all of that garbage? You’re not alone. Companies are targeting investors and trying to lure them into more uncommon investments in part thanks to the weak economy and stock market performance over the last few years. After all, if you lost 50% of your retirement account in just two years you’re probably open to trying something new and have your doubts about traditional investing.
The problem is that people begin flocking to alternative investments only to misunderstand the true risks involved and end up making matters even worse. There’s money to be made everywhere, but not all investments are suitable for everyone. Once you abandon traditional investment selection and portfolio management strategies you’re on your own. So, rather than trying to time the market by risking money on investments being sold by infomercials, it’s time to get back to basics.
That’s why I’ve put together Invest Like a Pro. It’s a collection of some old and new material that will teach a beginner how to choose mutual or index funds, how fees work, how to create an asset allocation strategy, and monitor and rebalance the portfolio over the years. No gimmicks here. Just sound investment advice for regular investors that can help you manage a portfolio like a pro.
Inside the book:
- Learn how funds charge fees and how to minimize them.
- Learn how to use Morningstar to research and compare investments.
- Learn about asset allocation, correlation, and true diversification.
- Learn how and when to rebalance your portfolio.
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Author: Jeremy Vohwinkle
My name is Jeremy Vohwinkle, and I’ve spent a number of years working in the finance industry providing financial advice to regular investors and those participating in employer-sponsored retirement plans.