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Advantages of mutual funds include excellent diversity and potentially more active management. Disadvantages can include higher expense ratios and unncessary internal buying and selling by the fund manager. If you would like the diversity of multiple funds with a lower expense ratio, you might want to consider an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) portfolio that has a variety of types to include growth, value, domestic, and foreign stock mixed with bonds based on your goals and time horizon.
Rising interest rates have a negative affect on income investments such as bonds. Based on your goals and time horizon, you can cushion this risk by including stock funds in your portfolio. Stocks historically have much greater return, so if your bond funds dip, you should have a much better outcome.
Five key concepts for portfolio allocation include:
- Diversify your risk (example: use ETFs)
- Consider your time horizon (example: gradually reduce volatility exposure)
- Prioritize your goals (example: ensure funds are liquid when you need them)
- Leverage your tax obligations (example: Roth IRA conversion vs. taxable account)
- Control your principal (example: refuse to fall prey to fear and forfeit your balance with an annuity)
While a 457(b) may have a higher catch-up contribution limit (3 years before retirement), a 403(b) will often have much better investment options. A 401(a) typically has less flexibility and usually is more beneficial to an employer versus an employee. Note that a managed ETF normally has advantages over managed mutual funds.
Thank you for your service! A great way to invest in real estate without the headache of property management is a fund that contains REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts). These funds invest your money into real estate projects and you can simply enjoy the returns. No renters or maintenance hassle! This can be managed for you in an ETF portfolio to diversify risk.