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Beginner's Guide to Investing: Where To Invest?

For some, one mutual fund is plenty to get started as an investor. This may be the best option if you haven't got a lump sum to invest.

Rather than spend your time cobbling together a full-blown investment portfolio, let a mutual fund company do the work for you.

Others with larger amounts to invest, prefer investing in five or six mutual funds that will cover all the investing bases.

By investing in different size companies, various sectors of the economy, and other parts of the world, you reduce the chance that problems in any one area will sink your investing goals.

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Please carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses prior to investing in mutual funds. The prospectus, which contains this and other information, can be obtained from your financial professional. Be sure to read the prospectus carefully before deciding whether to invest. Diversification and asset allocation do not assure a profit or guarantee against loss.

 

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