You’ve donned your cap and gown and done a little victory dance, diploma in hand. Now it’s time to enter the real world. But are you ready to be on your own financially? If you’re juggling student debt and trying to land your first job, money matters can easily trip you up. Which is why our latest article on Yahoo Finance, Advice to My 22-Year-Old Self: 30 Financial Tips for College Grads, helps Millennials navigate through common scenarios they’re likely to encounter in the coming months and years. For instance, even though you’re earning a paycheck, good friends may have significantly larger bank balances than you, so it’s important that you resist peer pressure. You need to blast through your debt, form good financial habits early, and take any free money – yes, you heard that right – your employer offers in a 401(k) company match. That way, you’re able to save and invest for your future — something that professionals from TradeKing Advisors can help you with. Adulthood is just beginning. Are you ready to take the first step financially?
In my previous post on risk tolerance, we discussed the importance of planning to achieve your investment goals. Today, we’re delving into the heart of that plan – your asset allocation — and how it can benefit you in the long-term. Asset allo...
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