2010 Folio News

ETFs Shunned by Many Retirement Plans
(by Ari I. Weinberg, The Wall Street Journal)

August 2, 2010 – Investment advisers are big fans of exchange-traded funds. But that often doesn’t extend to putting them on the menus of corporate retirement programs.
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For beginners: Three easy steps to becoming an investor
(by Matt Krantz, USA Today)

June 30, 2010 – Q: I’m 28 and want to get started investing. Where do I begin?
A: Congratulations! The fact you’re ready to put money in the market means you’ve learned how to save money, which for many people is the hardest part of becoming an investor.
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Tools to Help Pick ETFs
(by Ari I. Weinberg, The Wall Street Journal)

May 3, 2010 – Online resources can also help investors rebalance their holdings
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Tips on Planning for Taxes
(by Brian J. O’Connor, Detroit News)

April 5, 2010 – As taxpayers complete their 2009 returns, they should remember that tax planning isn’t a once-a-year job, according to online brokerage Folio Investing.
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A Quick Guide to Low- or No-Fee Investing Online
(by Matt Krantz, USA Today)

March 16, 2010 – Q: Is there a way to buy just one stock without incurring a monthly fee, as many online brokerages charge small investors?
A: You make an interesting observation. Several of the popular websites designed for smaller investors charge subscription fees.
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Active Trader? Check Out These Low-Fee Brokerages
(The Associated Press)

March 10, 2010 – A price war among the five largest discount brokerages means trade commissions are at their lowest levels ever. Yet they can be even lower at smaller firms.
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Folio Investing Offers MarketGlide Target Date Portfolios
(by Rebecca Moore, Plan Sponsor)

February 25, 2010 – Online brokerage Folio Investing has added Business Logic Corp.’s MarketGlide Folios to its inventory of brand name investment strategies from third-party market professionals.
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