Course 501:
Building a Portfolio, Part 1
In this course
1 Introduction
2 Objective One: What Sort of Return Do You Need?
3 Objective 2: How Much Risk Can You Stand?
4 Measuring Your Risk Tolerance

Up until this point, we have examined in detail the factors you should consider when investing in a single stock. Now we are moving into slightly different territory. In this course, we will cover what you need to think about when crafting a portfolio of stocks and some portfolio-building strategies you might consider--strategies practiced by some of Morningstar's favorite investors. The first step in building a portfolio of stocks is assessing your financial situation. A simple investment-policy statement can define your investment objectives and constraints. In this session, we'll cover how you can define your objectives.

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