Investing

Investing is the art and science of making your money work for you. Here you can find articles that cover various aspects of investing, including: investing in stocks mutual funds, ETFs, and bonds, asset allocation, diversification, and more — excluding the specific are of real estate investing. Additionally, check out related articles in these sections: savings, financial planning, and real estate and homeownership.

Investing is a subsection of asset management.

What Does It Means to Beat the Market and How I Did It

What Does It Means to Beat the Market and How I Did It

You may have heard the phrase beat the market. In this case, the market usually refers to the S&P 500 index. There are other U.S. indices such as, DJIA, NASDAQ 100, NASDAQ Composite, Russell 2000, Wilshire […]

What is Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) and How It Works

On books, web sites, and blogs (including this one) you may have come across references such as the S&P 500 has grown 13% annually for the past 30 years or something to that effect. You may […]

10 Things Golf Teaches Us About Investing

10 Things Golf Teaches Us About Investing

The other day I was watching the news and saw that Tiger Woods just won his 13th major title — that is nothing short of phenomenal. Then my mind drifted back to personal finance issues and […]

35 Rules of Common Sense Investing

35 Rules of Common Sense Investing

I have been investing in the stock market for nearly 10 years and acquired quite a bit of experience and knowledge (mainly through making mistakes). I’ve never codified on to a piece of paper until today. […]

What to Do When The Stock Market Crashes

What to Do When The Stock Market Crashes

For new investors, a stock market crash can be a frightening experience. In the past few days, there were a lot of gloom and doom talk about the stock market that closed 13,265.47 on Friday, July […]

What are Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)?

What are Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)?

What are Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)? They are a relatively new class of investment funds that hold underlying assets like a mutual fund, but are traded on a stock exchange like individual stocks. To better understand ETFs, […]

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