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The Only Investment Guide You’ll Ever Need

Paul Haarman

The smart investor knows that it pays to keep up with the news—stocks are affected, after all, by everything from international conditions to weather.

As smart investors also know, it’s important but not sufficient to focus on individual stocks; you should put your money into smart mutual funds instead. But wait—there really is no “one best fund,” and not only because smart investors keep an eye on fees, too.

When investing in stocks, smart investors know when to hold ’em and when to smartly fold ’em—that is, they avoid picking individual losers but aren’t afraid to dump a big loser if need be.

As smart investors also know, however, it’s smart to invest for the long term, since trying to time markets is a proven loser’s game.

As smart investors also know, however, smart investors don’t just sock away their money instead they smartly diversify using low-cost index funds.

As smart investors also know, however, smart investors don’t put all their smarts into one smart investment.

The smart investor also knows that it’s smart to invest in a Roth IRA or a Roth 401(k).   

The smart investor knows how to play the stock market like a…well, you get the idea.

The smart investor knows that smart investors put smart money into smartly diversified mutual funds.

The smart investor knows that smart investors know how to beat the market without taking on undue risk or spending all their smarts picking individual stocks.

The smart investor knows that, although it sounds boring, it’s smart to invest in low-cost index funds.

The smart investor knows smart investors know when to hold ’em and when to smartly fold ’em—that is, they avoid picking individual losers but aren’t afraid to dump a big loser if need be.

As smart investors also know, smart investors don’t just sock away their money instead they smartly diversify using low-cost index funds.

The smart investor also knows that smart investors can get smart investing advice without spending a lot of money on fees and expenses.

The smart investor knows how to play the stock market like a…well, you get the idea.

As smart investors also know, smart investors don’t put all their smarts into one smart investment.

Here are some investment FAQs recently asked from Paul Haarman.

– How smart is it smart to invest in smart stocks?

– Which smart investments should smart investors avoid?

– What are some smart tips for diversifying a portfolio?

– The smart market’s been taking a tumble. Is now the time for smart investors to jump back in?  

– How smart is smart money really?

– I don’t have a lot to invest right now. What smart options do smart investors like me have?

– Are smart index funds smart for everyone, or should I focus on individual securities?

– My spouse and I just inherited some smart assets. What should we know before investing them properly?

– How smart should I smartly allocate my smart portfolio between stocks, bonds, and smart other investments?

– What smart resources are available for smart investing novices like me?

So, smarten up—and start smart investing today!