Course 305:
Rebalancing Your Portfolio
In this course
1 Introduction
2 What Rebalancing Is
3 Why Bother?
4 How to Do It
5 Our Rebalancing Guidelines

You've probably never heard someone say, "I can see why you stick with that guy--he's a real loser!" Everyone prefers winners.

So if an investment is successful, naturally, you'd want to stick with it. The last thing you'd want to do is sell some of your winners to invest more money in your investments that aren't doing as well.

No matter how unnatural that practice seems, however, that process—called rebalancing--is an essential part of managing your investment portfolio.

Here's what rebalancing is, why it's important, and how to do it.

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