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How to Select: Mutual Funds or ETFs

The type of fund to choose will depend on your investment goals and timeline.

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Active and Passive

There is a role for both strategies and reviewing the attributes of each may help construct a portfolio that serves your best interest.

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Risk and Return

Any action or activity that leads to loss of any type can be termed as risk.

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Considerations for College Investing

Considerations for College Investing

From estimating the costs for tuition to exploring financial aid, consider these tips when planning your disciplined investment approach.

Active and Passive: Best of Both Worlds

Active and Passive: Best of Both Worlds

Combining active and passive investing strategies is a way to achieve another dimension of diversification within a portfolio. Learn how.

Why to Consider Mutual Funds

Why to Consider Mutual Funds

Mutual funds provide the benefit of full-time investment management expertise and recordkeeping services. Learn more.  

New to Retirement Investing?

New to Retirement Investing?

As a first step, you need to estimate how much retirement is likely going to cost.

Why Active Vs. Passive Isn't an Either/Or Choice

Why Active Vs. Passive Isn't an Either/Or Choice

Invesco uncovers the facts on how outperformance can swing between active funds and passive funds that track those benchmarks — information that can be critically important when building a portfolio for the long term.

Top 7 Retirement Life Hacks

Top 7 Retirement Life Hacks

No matter how near or far you are from retirement, American Century shares how saving for your future should be a priority. It is never too late to start, and these retirement life hacks may help make it more doable.

Planning for Retirement, Saving for College, and Caring for Aging Parents

Planning for Retirement, Saving for College, and Caring for Aging Parents

John Hancock reveals that many Americans in their forties and fifties are experiencing what is known as “the triple squeeze.” That’s the simultaneous, one-two-three punch of caring for their aged parents, planning for their own retirement, and saving for their children's college tuition-all while trying to pay the bills.