Investors who understand what happened in the past in the markets might be better prepared to handle market volatility and hiccups in the future.
As you build your investment portfolio, it might make sense to understand what fees you’re paying and how they might affect returns.
Bonds are considered lower risk than stocks. But they come in many varieties, making them a core holding in many portfolios.
Scottrade survey shows majority of traders are concerned about a market bubble, but expect the bull market to continue through summer.
One of the crucial components for long-term investing is deciding how to divvy up investments in broad categories like stocks, bonds and cash.
What do young people need to learn most about handling their finances? A survey of Scottrade investors says it starts with budgeting.
Are you losing sleep over how to protect trading profits and minimize trading losses? A variety of order types and options strategies might help.
How many investment accounts do you need? That’s a trick question. It depends largely on your financial goals.
Stock splits don’t change the market value of a company. But there are a few reasons why they might have an impact on investors.
Exchange-traded funds and mutual funds can offer instant diversification and professional management for your portfolio. We help you compare these two investment types.