A starting point for investing is to build low fee, diversified portfolios of primarily index funds and ETFs.
In order to do so, we need to understand investment vehicles such as exchange-traded funds, exchange-traded notes, and mutual funds.
This section of Money For the Rest of Us Plus has lessons on getting started, the different types of investment vehicles, and selecting a brokerage account.
What Should You Do Next?
A successful investment portfolio will have multiple return drivers. That means it will have a variety of asset categories whose returns will differ from one another as the factors that determine their long-term returns will differ.
Now that you understand the investment vehicles, the next step is to learn about the types of asset classes that can be added to your investment portfolio.
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