Why Asset Allocation Matters
Asset allocation spreads your money among different types of investments (stocks, bonds, and short-term securities) so you can manage volatility and growth potential over time.
Provides a Foundation
Your asset allocation provides the framework for your investment strategy, which you can use to further diversify your holdings.
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