Course 308:
Adding Mutual Funds to a Stock Portfolio
In this course
1 Introduction
2 Funds Provide Stability
3 Funds Guide You Down the Road Less Traveled
4 Funds Balance Your Investment Style
5 How to Add Funds

In-the-know investors buy stocks. Those less-in-the-know--or those who choose to know less--own mutual funds. At least that's the rap when it comes to the stocks versus funds issue.

But investing doesn't have to be a choice between investing directly in stocks or indirectly through mutual funds. Investors can--and many should--do both. The trick is determining how your portfolio can benefit most from each type of investment.

This course will cover how funds can improve a stock portfolio. Portfolio 309 will address the opposite: how stocks can embellish a fund portfolio.

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