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How many funds do I "need" in my portfolio?


I'm a fund investor. How many funds do I “need” in my portfolio?

How to Find Dividend Stocks

Many investors turn to dividend stocks as a way to help generate regular income. To find stocks that pay dividends inside your account:

  1. Go to the Quotes & Research tab.
  2. Choose Investor Tools from the left menu.
  3. Go to the Screeners section.
  4. From the section labeled ‘Add & Remove Criteria,' choose Earnings and Dividends.
  5. Customize your criteria according to the type of dividend yield you're looking for.
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April has historically been a month for the bulls. Find out what you should think about as you consider different seasonal trading tactics.

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Select Lists* Can Help Fine-Tune Your Investment Strategy

Scottrade has partnered with Zacks Investment Research to provide Select Lists of exchange-traded funds and mutual funds for your considerations.

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Techniques for Managing Risk and Limiting Losses

Controlling your entry and exit points can help you manage portfolio risk. Take a look at different techniques you may be able to use.

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Long Calls: An Alternative to Buying Stocks

While many investors may choose to purchase stocks to take advantage of upward moves in the market, purchasing certain option contracts can potentially satisfy these goals with less upfront risk.

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