Feb 27

Question by Sje: Roth IRA help – What type of funds to invest in for someone who knows little about investing?
I’m 34 and want to start a Roth IRA for myself and plan to to contribute the max amount in one contribution each year. I know I want to go with either Fidelity, Vanguard, or T. Rowe. I know very little about investing and would like to feel secure with the investment. I know there are too many funds to choose from and I don’t understand them. Thanks for your suggestions.

Best answer:

Answer by Shana B
I know Fidelity (and probably the others too) has funds that are named by the year that you plan to retire (so you’d pick fund for the year 2040) that will automatically redistribute your money to be more aggressive when you’re younger and more conservative and safer as you age. They mix it up b/w stocks, bonds, and cash for you.

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Dec 3

I’m 34 and want to start a Roth IRA for myself and plan to to contribute the max amount in one contribution each year. I know I want to go with either Fidelity, Vanguard, or T. Rowe. I know very little about investing and would like to feel secure with the investment. I know there are too many funds to choose from and I don’t understand them. Thanks for your suggestions.


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