There are many investments available to help you grow your retirement portfolio, but exchange-traded funds (ETFs) continue to be one of the most popular options. ETFs function very similarly to mutual funds in the sense that ETFs are used to buy bonds, stocks, and other securities to form a diversified portfolio.
There’s no two ways about it – the COVID-19 pandemic has been a historic moment around the world. From the financial markets to our daily lives, many of the norms we took for granted back at the beginning of the year have been shaken up. Given the unprecedented nature of this disease’s impact on society, it may feel difficult to predict what a post-COVID-19 investing market will look like.Read More