Asset allocation articles cover resources, tools and tips to better diversify an investment portfolio.
Allocating investments between stocks vs. bonds is one of the most important asset allocation decisions you'll ever make. Here's what you need to know.
Investing in mutual funds that focus on different size companies is critical to creating a diversified portfolio. We compare large cap vs. small cap stocks.
The 3-Fund Portfolio is a great core investment plan. Adding other asset classes should be done with care.
An easy approach to rebalancing your investments in just a few minutes.
Rebalancing your assets helps you minimize risk (not maximize returns!). But why is it essential, and how often should you do it? Learn about it here.
Looking for information on how to choose stocks vs. bonds for your retirement portfolio? These five resources can help you choose an asset allocation plan.
What should stocks vs. bonds look like in your portfolio? This article goes in depth into 5 factors to consider when setting up your asset allocation.
Can't afford four or five $3,000-minimum mutual fund investments? Here are four alternatives to allocating assets when you don't have much money to invest.
Target retirement funds are an easy way to diversify your mutual fund investments in a single fund.