Investing is big business. That's why it pays to make the most of your investment portfolio. Whether you're an established investor or just starting out, our tips can help.
Contribute to Your Employer's 401(k)
Get a jump-start on investing by enrolling in your employer's retirement plan. If they offer to match your contributions, be sure to contribute as much as they will match.
Diversify Your Investments
Investing can take many forms - certificates/CDs, retirement accounts, education savings accounts, stocks, bonds and annuities. A diverse portfolio can give you a good range of profitability.
Focus on Liquidity
We all know that emergencies arise and market conditions change, and this can take a toll on your investments. That's why it's a good idea to have "liquid" assets: assets you can access easily or sell quickly.
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