Are You an Investor or a Speculator?
As the cost of trading stocks has dropped to zero, more individuals are feeling empowered to purchase and trade stocks, bonds, and other investments. But how much risk you are willing to take with your portfolio may determine if you are acting as an investor or a speculator. Hear from CAPTRUST’s Sam Kirby, senior director and investment strategist, on the difference between the two strategies and some important aspects to keep in mind when trading.
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