2. Look Into Diversification.
If you were to go to Vegas and do some fun gambling with $100 dollars, it is highly unlikely that you would not go to the first table you see, place a bet with the entire $100 you brought with you, and hope for the best. Diversifying your money can help you to pick up the slower funds while keeping a good return rate with some of the higher returns. When investing in a mutual fund, it is wise to diversify your investment by selecting a wide range of funds, fund types, and companies. Many mutual funds will overlap in which companies it owns or invests in so when you diversify, consider looking into all of the companies so that your money is not overlapped.