Are Women Reluctant to Talk About Money? A new survey says yes. Is it telling the whole story? A new study asserts that women feel uncomfortable discussing financial matters. The latest Money FIT Study from Fidelity Investments is generating some conversation within the financial industry. The investment giant commissioned an online poll of 1,542 female […]
Often I get questions from prospects, clients at Faith-Based Investor, or from subscribers at Wall St. Renegade, and sometimes they are such important questions that I think my whole audience can benefit from such a response.
This past week, Brandy had a question about investing. She wants to know…
Each decade of our lives is a milestone; and each milestone brings new perspective, a different focus, and varying needs. We trade our tricycles for bicycles; our bicycles for sports cars; our sports cars for minivans; our minivans for SUVs; and our SUVs for sensible four-door full-size sedans.
Just as our modes of transportation change through the years, so do our financial needs and focus.
In order to build an investment portfolio, you will need to select the right investments for your situation. This begins with having the right investment mix. Most successful investors own a combination of stocks, bonds, alternative investments, and cash. Later on, I will show you how to decide on that mix.
When you look at investing, there are really only five choices…