make more informed investment decisions.
Asset allocation means diversifying your investment portfolio into various asset classes rather than focus on a single equity, bond, or fund.
Sustainable investing refers to the incorporation of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into the selection and management of investments. By systematically integrating these factors across every stage of the investment process, sustainable investing seeks to improve a portfolio's risk-adjusted return potential.
Long term investing means continuous investment to reach your financial goals regardless of market fluctuations.
Income investing is about seeking a sustainable and reliable income stream from your investments.
Dollar cost averaging is the practice of regularly investing a fixed dollar amount in a specific investment – regardless of fluctuations in the market price. As a result, an individual buys more units when prices are low and fewer units when prices are high . Over time, dollar-cost averaging may help lower the average price per unit purchased and provide the potential for higher capital appreciation.