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How many investment accounts do you need? That’s a trick question. It depends largely on your financial goals.
What should you keep in mind when considering dividend-paying stocks? Focusing on yield alone could be a problem.
Bonds are considered lower risk than stocks. But they come in many varieties, making them a core holding in many portfolios.
American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) can provide you with exposure to foreign companies and help diversify your investing portfolio.
Investing fees can affect your returns. Learn about some common fees associated with mutual funds.
Financial gifts can have a more long-lasting and more important impact than almost any other gift.
Covered calls provide a potential income opportunity from trading options, but they involve risk and might not be suitable for all investors.
Buying puts can be an effective strategy to help protect your financial assets in a market downturn, however there are risks.
There are a variety of education savings accounts available to help defray the cost of higher education, each with distinct advantages.
Using long calls as an option trading strategy can help you turn a larger profit if a stock price increases. However, it may result in the loss of the premium.
Options can be used not just by active traders, but also by long-term investors looking to gain additional income or protect against loss.
With Scottrade’s Flexible Reinvestment Program, you can invest dividends commission-free into just about any kind of equity.
Exchange-traded funds continue to evolve beyond their plain vanilla roots. We compare actively managed and passively managed ETFs.
Exchange-traded funds and mutual funds can offer instant diversification and professional management for your portfolio. We help you compare these two investment types.
Opening a new investment account is a major financial decision. We’re here to help with five answers to frequently asked questions during the process.