Investing involves setting goals for the future and weighing the risks and potential rewards associated with a wide variety of investment opportunities. If you are a new investor, this might seem like an overwhelming task.

But take heart. Becoming familiar with a few basic concepts could help you have more confidence in your investing decisions. So don’t be intimidated by complicated-sounding jargon, and don’t hesitate to ask questions — after all, this is your money.

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Rick Epple, CFP(r), CeFT (r)