If you are considering investing in stock funds within your retirement account, here are some ways to help make sure you are well-diversified:
- Size: Consider a fund that invests in stocks of small, medium and large companies, because different-sized companies tend to lead the market at different times.
- Style: Consider funds with different investment strategies, such as growth and value. Holding both types may help minimize volatility in your portfolio, and potentially benefit in all types of environments.
- Sector: You may want to include funds that hold investments tied to many different parts of the economy.
- Geography: You may want your portfolio to include a fund that has exposure to domestic and international stocks, including those from emerging markets. Financial markets around the world respond differently to regional and global events.
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