Do you want to take a more active role in your investments? Being an active investor — as opposed to a passive one — gives you more control over how your money is growing and can make investing more interesting and rewarding. But it calls for a different approach than passive investing. To help you find this approach for your situation, here are five tips to follow.
1. Limit Your Active Endeavors
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You might wonder, though, what opportunities and concerns this will mean for you. Let's look at how to financially model portfolios and their implications for investors.
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