Stocks and Bonds

Many investors still get these two confused, so don’t worry if you're still questioning what the real difference is between a stock and bond; we’re here to help clarify and help you invest wisely.

In case you are wondering, stocks are shares of individual companies and allow you to experience a company’s profits and losses. Bonds represent a debt; a company you purchase bonds from will pay you interest on the money you give them. Bonds tend to be less risky than stocks and most often pay back their full amount plus interest once they fully mature.

Knowing which stocks and bonds to invest with, how and when to move your money, and with what degree you should invest is where it really gets tricky. We’re experienced financial planners who take our clients' interest in the stock market seriously. We look at your whole financial portfolio, your current financial position, and your goals to help you choose the best placement for your investments now so they can benefit you later.

Let’s chat about how we can help you wisely invest in stocks and bonds!

Investments are subject to risk, including the loss of principal. Because investment return and principal value fluctuate, shares may be worth more or less than their original value. Some investments are not suitable for all investors, and there is no guarantee that any investing goal will be met. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Talk to your financial advisor before making any investing decisions.

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