Bonds play a key role for many investors. Bonds are different than stocks. Stock ownership is where you are a part owner of a business and you participate in the successes and failures. Bond ownership is where you are the lender to a business, person or government.
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You can own stocks, bonds, real estate, commodities and several other categories and classes of assets so that some of your holdings zig while others zag. You choose what and how much to allocate to various categories to match your strategy, tolerance, time horizon, financial profile and to achieve a level of risk and return that helps you achieve your goals.
You have heard over and over how important diversification and asset allocation is for a successful investment strategy. Have you wondered why they are important and what role they play in your portfolio?
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