Kevin Voigt is a former staff writer for NerdWallet covering investing. He previously was a reporter with The Wall Street Journal and business producer for CNN.com in Hong Kong, where he was based for nearly two decades.
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Coinmama Review 2023: Pros, Cons and How It Compares
Coinmama offers the ability to purchase some of the most popular cryptocurrencies, as well as sell Bitcoin for cash.
Gemini Review 2023: Pros, Cons and How It Compares
Gemini offers more than 100 cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and Ether, as well as a limited selection of crypto-to-crypto trading pairs.
How Many Funds Should I Own to Save for Retirement?
How many mutual funds investors should have depends on the type of fund — owning shares in one fund may be enough.
Binance.US Review 2023: Pros, Cons and How It Compares
Binance.US offers lower trading fees and more cryptocurrencies than other providers, but not as large a selection as its parent site.
Coinbase Review 2023: Pros, Cons and How It Compares
Coinbase is the largest U.S.-based exchange. It has a wide variety of options for users from beginners to advanced traders.
How the Pros Ride Market Volatility — and Why You Shouldn’t
Professionals try to harness the spikes and slumps, but most investors should stick with diversification.
7 Best China ETFs for February 2023
These are the top performing China ETFs, which can provide U.S. investors with international diversification in their portfolios.
6 Best Gold ETFs for February 2023
Gold ETFs can help diversify your portfolio and hedge against down markets.
What Is a Fund?
In investing, funds — such as mutual funds — pool money from shareholders to invest in assets such as stocks and bonds.
5 High-Dividend ETFs for February 2023 and How to Invest in Them
Dividend ETFs offer instant diversification and potential income.
What Is an Index?
For investors, an index tracks the performance of a group of assets. The S&P 500 is a well-known stock market index.
10 Best Ways to Earn Passive Income: Ideas for 2023
Passive income is money generated from investments, properties or side hustles. The goal is to achieve a steady flow of cash without a full-time job.
What Is an Accredited Investor and How Do You Become One?
Accredited investors are typically high-net-worth individuals and companies with the means and experience to trade private, riskier investments.
Investment Calculator: See How Your Money Can Grow
Investing for the future? Use this calculator to estimate how your investment contributions and returns will grow over time.