Have you saved $10,000? You may be wondering how to invest it. Investing possibilities may seem endless. But there are simple ways to invest a lump sum. Investing $10K in 2014 is an eBook dedicated to creating a simple and profitable portfolio.
This eBook starts with an overview of the basics of investing. You will learn what stocks, bonds, and mutual funds are and how they fit into a successful portfolio. There are sections on dollar-cost averaging and portfolio rebalancing. Both of these investing tools can help an investment perform better.
Investing $10K in 2014 gives you updated information on the money moves you need to make in the rising interest rate environment of 2014. There is a section explaining the effects interest rates have on bonds. Bond losses occur when interest rates rise. This eBook offers options to reduce or eliminate those losses.
Are you aware of the importance of investing internationally? Investing $10K in 2014 explains why you need to invest in companies outside your home market. It provides a simple plan to accomplish this necessary diversification.
Fees play another important role in successful investing. You will find tips on how to reduce fees while retaining good performance. High fees are a drain on your portfolio. You work hard to safe money to invest. You shouldn't have to sacrifice that money to fees.
It is important to be prepared to invest. One way is to have an investment plan. An investment plan acts as a guide to keep you on track. Investment plans are discussed in this eBook. You will learn the basics of them and how to design one.
Investing $10K in 2014 makes it easy to fit investing into your busy life. The portfolio example in the book is easy to build. Maintenance can be limited to a once yearly check and rebalance. You can go about the rest of your life without worrying over your finances. That is the beauty of simple investing.
Investing does not have to be complicated. You can build a simple and successful portfolio. Investing $10K in 2014 will help you do that.
May I recommend my eBook, Investing $10K in 2014, available here:
Investing $10K in 2014 (Sandra's Investing Basics): Amazon Kindle Version
Investing $10K in 2014: Smashwords Edition