The last series talked about what investments to buy and the importance of asset allocation. I said that your most important decision is how much to own in stocks, and how much in bonds. Your second most important decision is whether to hold these as individual stocks and bonds or to use mutual funds or exchange traded funds. Ultimately your decision should largely be determined by costs.
In addition to the selected videos on this page, you might consider checking the commonly asked questions and answers in these categories:
- Common Questions about investing with mutual funds
- Common Questions about investing with index funds
- Common Questions about investing with exchange-traded funds (ETFs)
Select Video Tutorials about Investing With Different Types of Mutual Funds
All are excellent videos. The transcripts can help you make best use of your time.
Short videos about index funds:
Short videos about target-date funds that use index funds:
Short videos about actively-managed mutual funds:
Short videos about exchange-traded funds (ETFs):