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At National Wealth Network, we know there are many theories, approaches, and ideas for investing. Our goal is to simplify the investment process. Below are Five Investment Strategies that we use to approach financial markets, always advising you and putting the best interest of our clients first.
Market timing attempts to follow one of the oldest maxims in investing:” Buy Low and Sell High” However, it is difficult to know when the market will turn higher or lower.
Asset allocation is an approach to managing risk by diversifying a portfolio among major asset classes, such as stock, bonds, and cash alternatives. Each has different risk levels and potential returns. Both asset allocation and diversification are approaches to help manage investment risk. They do not guarantee against investment loss.
Within the major asset classes, there are thousands of investment options. Start by considering your investment goals, risk tolerance, and time horizon.
Systematic investment of a fixed amount at regular intervals. Instead of trying to time the market, You are investing regularly. Automatically you are buying more shares when share prices are lower and fewer when they are higher.
Rebalancing may help a portfolio better reflect an investor’s goals, risk tolerance, and time horizon. Over time, a portfolio risk profile may adjust due to the performance of specific investments. Of course, past performance does not guarantee future results, and actual results will vary.
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