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If the prospect of a potential market downturn makes you hesitant to invest a lump sum, consider dollar-cost averaging (DCA).
Do you own mutual funds? If so, you should know what to do if your fund company changes ownership or your fund merges with another fund
Managers of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) continue to slash fees as they compete to attract investors. Learn more about what these new low- and no-fee offer and how to decide if they are a good fit for your portfolio.
The stigma around social and medical marijuana use is falling. Big-brands, such as Constellation foods, have started investing in cannabis expansions, driving consumer interest and share prices up.
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) have grown exponentially in recent years. The ever-increasing number of ETFs means you can find something for just about every investment strategy.
It’s not uncommon for self-directed investors to get their start by buying a single popular stock or sector that promises fast growth and big returns. But investing in a single stock isn’t a sound long-term strategy.