Getting started investing

Investing doesn't have to be intimidating. Starting with broad concepts can help you learn to invest and take charge of your future.

Investing basics

Asset allocation and diversification can help you build an investment mix with the potential for growth and the right amount of risk for you that helps you feel comfortable.

Markets and emotions

Peter Lynch, former Fidelity portfolio manager, said the most important organ for investing isn't the brain—it's the stomach. Learning to control your emotions may save heartache later.

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Taxes and fees

Taxes and fees can eat into returns over time. Find out how to help mitigate them so you can keep more of what you earn.

Strategies for volatile markets

It's normal to get nervous when the market falls. Build your confidence to stay the course with these strategies and ideas.