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The concept of asset allocation was one of the first concepts I studied on my road to fiscal fitness. Asset allocation is the practice of dividing an investment portfolio among different asset categories. This concept can support another well know investing concept, diversification, spreading your money among various investments in the hope that if one investment loses… Read Article →

Certainly. There is a common misunderstanding among new investors that they require huge capital in order to become a successful investor in the financial market, which is not true. In many cases you can open an online trading account through any licensed broker $500 or less as your initial deposit. Though you might not be able… Read Article →

Author Andy Martin began his investment career with Merrill Lynch and is cofounder and president of 7Twelve Advisors, LLC, an SEC Registered Investment Advisor, and registered representative, general securities principal with FINRA member firm, Girard Securities, Inc. Martin has worked in virtually every part of the securities industry, including operations, sales, management, product development, research, and… Read Article →

The concept of asset allocation was one of the first concepts I studied on my road to fiscal fitness. Asset allocation is the practice of dividing an investment portfolio among different asset categories. This concept can support another well know investing concept, diversification, spreading your money among various investments in the hope that if one investment… Read Article →

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