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5 Steps to Jumpstarting Your Portfolio

There are a few simple rules that, when followed, can make the morning-after a lot easier to get through. The drinking ladder is definitely one of them. And if I remember correctly, starting at the first rung, is beer, followed by wine, clear and then dark hard liquor. Don't forget, you can go up but not down. The same principle of following simple rules works when seeking financial success. Although there's no quick way to achieve it, you can make yourself a better investor and make the morning after a rough market day more tenable.

Consider these.
  • Know your objective. Before going on a long road trip somewhere new you'd plan a route and get a map. Wouldn't you? Why wouldn't you do the same with your investments? Establish a goal. Maybe it's a yacht down in Florida, a view of the green, or a college education for the little ones. Whatever it is, make sure you're focused on what you want to achieve and know how much time you're willing to wait for it. Frankly, without knowing where you want to be, you'll never know when you get there.
  • Make regular payments. You pay your credit card bills every month don't you? Why? To pay down your balance. Well, treat your investments the same way, but rather than paying down, what you're really doing is paying them up. Putting a regular flow of assets to work for you lets all those market factors work through your investments, and the sooner you begin, the longer your money has time to grow. For example, if you invested $200 monthly in an investment that earns 8% annually, you'd have $36,025 in ten years and $281,710 in 30 years. Obviously, the more you invest, the greater the potential. For instance, if you added another $100 each month to the same investment, you'd have $54,037 in ten years and $422,565 in 30 years.
  • Diversify. You've heard it a million times; don't put all your eggs in one basket. By diversifying, you spread and reduce risk. The market is a big wheel - when one investment is up, another is down. Those that rise in value will help offset the losses of those that decline. And as the market moves up, the investments will change—you want to be able to capture as many up swings as you can.
  • Rebalance. It's exactly what it sounds like. In sailing, the wind blows a ship all about and you adjust your tack to keep yourself in the right direction. You do the same thing with your investments. After the market has been working through your investments and parts go up and parts go down, you can find yourself back in the situation where your eggs are in the same basket. By rebalancing you are adjusting your course to keep on the tack to your objective. Without this step, having an investment objective serves no purpose because 10 minutes into the trip you're no longer heading in the right direction.
  • Think long-term. Isn't the point of investing having more money in the future? Tomorrow, although technically the future, doesn't qualify. Plan on not pulling out early, even when the market's daily ups and downs start giving you that post rollercoaster riding dizziness. You might end up selling a fundamentally sound investment early when you're investing for a long-term financial goal. That mistake is one of the most common made by investors and rather than thinking of a down-turn as a negative, try considering it as an opportunity to buy at a discount. When investing long-term, think long-term.
Keep the above lessons in mind when investing and celebrating your successes.