Your investment time-frame

Decide for how long you want to invest to best evaluate your portfolio for the future.

A short term investment portfolio will likely be riskier than long term retirement portfolios.

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Think about how much risk you are willing to tolerate:

  • If you are looking for quicker returns, you may prefer a more volatile portfolio of individual stocks, ETFs, or high-risk mutual funds.
  • However, if you want to build your portfolio for retirement or savings, you might desire a low-risk portfolio of CD’s, bonds, or low-risk mutual funds.

Having an effectively diversified portfolio will ensure that if one of your investments moves down, your overall investments will still keep you moving forward.

Mutual funds are a good way to diversify because they are already diversified to represent the index markets.

Some key details that can really influence how well your portfolio performs:

  • Taxes. Understand how your taxes can affect your investments, and even limit how well they perform.
  • Trading fees. It can either cost or save you some money if you're paying attention to it.

Don't forget about your investments. A market crash can spell disaster for a lot of investors' retirement and savings funds.

Be aware of what you invest in and pay attention to the big stuff.

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Three essentials for successful investing: Invest in things you understand with low fees and minimal taxes.

Taxes can take a massive chunk of your investments' future earnings, so minimize their impact as much as possible. With long-term investments, first max out your 401k, Roth IRA, and SEP-IRA, since they offer a tax benefit either when you deposit or withdraw the money.

  1. Think Long-Term. It’s very rare for a sudden move in price to mean very much Things will balance out so be patient.
  2. Always keep a few months expenses around in case something happens and invest the rest.
  3.  Buy What You Believe In. If you do not know or understand what you’re buying, don’t buy it. Invest in something that you personally believe in.
  4. Do Your Own Research.
  5. Set It and Forget It.
  6. Consistently Contribute.
  7. Be Fearful When Others Are Greedy.When everyone is a winner you should be concerned.
  8. Be Greedy When Others Are Fearful.The best time to buy is when the world is on fire, not just the typical knee-jerk reaction of the media.
  9. Find and Remove Frivolous Fees. When the stakes are highest, so are the fees. Even a 1% fee can become significant over the long-term.
  10. Diversify. If it can fail, it will fail. Plan ahead for failure.

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