Investing Blog

Whether you’re hoping to retire comfortably or save for college, investing can help you reach your long-term financial goals faster. And it doesn’t have to be complicated. We’ll show you how and why to get started, simple strategies to reduce risk, and the best ways to protect your money from extra fees and taxes. 

Featured Articles

Roth IRA vs 401(k)? You May Not Have to Choose

A 401(k) and a Roth IRA are the two most popular ways to save for retirement, but which account is…

Kristie McCauley
Jan 8, 2020
12 Things You Need to Know Before Investing in Stocks

Investing in stocks doesn’t have to be scary if you know your options and build a set strategy for achieving…

Margaret Wack
Margaret Wack
Jul 6, 2020
The Five Most Important Factors For Investment Success

If you’re new to investing, it’s pretty easy to feel overwhelmed. The factors of sound investment may seem complicated, but here’s…

Matt Becker
Aug 19, 2019

Most Recent Articles

How to Invest in Stocks

Learning how to invest in stocks is not hard as long as you're aware of the important steps, investing nuances…

Jason Wesley
Jason Wesley
May 20, 2020
Best 3-Year CD Rates

The best 3-year CD rates are available from many top banks that also offer low or no minimum deposits, fee-free…

Jason Wesley
Jason Wesley
Jun 25, 2020
SoFi Invest Review

SoFi Invest is an app-based investment platform that simplifies investing in stocks, ETFs and retirement with self-manager or company-managed options.

Jason Wesley
Jason Wesley
Jun 7, 2020
Retirement Withdrawal Rate, Explained

Learn about withdrawing from your retirement and how much you should put in, then take out, according to your own…

Trent Hamm
Trent Hamm
Jun 21, 2020
Is Now a Good Time to Invest?

The coronavirus recession is here, but certified financial planners say there are still solid opportunities to invest cash you won't…

Alex Gailey
Alex Gailey
May 7, 2020
New American Funding Mortgage Review

New American Funding is a good option for more homebuyers, even those with non-traditional credit histories, but they aren’t very…

Michael Rand
Michael Rand
Mar 6, 2020