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Become a better investor


Start with a basic retirement portfolio review

Lesson in Course: Ambition reviews (beginner, 5min )

Part 3 of Plan for retirement

Goal setting and benchmarking

Investors benchmark their performance against a standard or index with comparable investments. The benchmark differs depending on the investments, the desired strategy, and the preferred outcome.

 

Passive investing

Passive investing is a long-term investing strategy where investors buy and hold a diversified mix of investments to match the market's performance. Unlike active investors, passive investors do not try to "beat the market"; they want their portfolio to look like the market.

 

Mutual funds vs ETFs

ETFs and mutual funds charge management fees to keep the lights on and pay employees. They determine these fees using an expense ratio, a percentage of the AUM.

 

Target date funds

Target date funds are used for long-term investment goals like retirement or saving for a child's college education.

 

Timing the markets

Dollar cost averaging is an effective strategy to help us reduce the risk of just plain bad luck or poor timing when buying an investment.

 

 

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