As a newer investor, you can save some research time by investing in mutual funds instead of individual stocks. Mutual funds contain a mix and diversity of stocks in which one investment is spread out into many small blocks of shares. Mutual funds have been available since the mid-1970s and ETF s since the early 1990s, attracting billions of investment dollars; they’re an easy way for casual (or perish the thought, lazy) investors to diversify their portfolio without doing extensive research on individual companies and stocks. Over time, mutual funds, ETF s, and Index ETF s — funds specializing in and tied to an industry index — have performed quite well.
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