“It’s never too late to retire early”
It’s a smart strategy for new investors to focus their initial investments on index funds, which mirror the performance of major indexes like the S&P 500, rather than buying individual stocks. Index funds are passively managed, so they charge much lower fees than actively managed mutual funds or hedge funds. They’re also automatically diversified, so investors aren’t putting all their eggs in a single basket.
Investors who do a little more homework will realize that plenty of stocks regularly outperform the S&P 500. The tech sector, which is currently reeling from a fear-driven rotation from growth stocks to value stocks, is fertile ground at the moment for these market-beating investment plays.
It’s still too early to chase the frothier tech stocks since the selling could continue as long as bond yields rise. These three tech stocks will easily outperform index funds this year.
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Pre-retirees want to talk about investment returns and review how much they have saved as they debate just how soon they can retire.
Investing is a crucial part of accumulating enough money in retirement — and the best results come with proper asset allocation.
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