by 24/7 Wall St. May 23rd 2013 1:24PM
Dividend ETFs focus on investments that pay out healthy amounts of income to shareholders. But their methods for choosing what they hold can vary widely.
Monday saw gold prices plunge, prompted by fears of a slowdown in China. But for gold bugs here, now may be the time to add some of the yellow metal to your portfolio.
Since gold topped out near $1,900 an ounce two years ago, prices have fallen by about $300. If you think that makes it a bargain, here are five ways to invest in gold now.
U.S. stocks may be on a roll but investors remain cautious, putting larger amounts into bonds and funds investing primarily in foreign stocks.