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These People Are All Wrong For a ShareBuilder Account
Posted By Ron On July 25, 2012 @ 7:55 AM In Investing | Comments Disabled
ShareBuilder  is a unique brokerage. It’s designed to break investors of the bad habit of chasing hot stocks or other investments by having them invest  a fixed amount of money on a certain day of the week. The good ones invest  in a broad-based index fund of some type or in a blue chip company with healthy dividends and a long history of dominating their market.
If you’ve grown weary of the ups and downs of the market and you’ve been continually disappointed in your lack of ability when it comes to “picking the winners” in the stock market, consider switching to a ShareBuilder account . For only $4 per trade, you can schedule your investments to be purchased every Tuesday. You can buy individual stocks, bonds, mutual funds, bond funds, indexes, or ETFs (I like the ETF IYY).
And for a limited time, invest  as little as $2,000 and you’ll earn a $50 account bonus (before 9/30/2012). That $2000 in a savings account  or even in most CDs wouldn’t even earn that much! So if you’re tired of chasing returns, weary from doing research on investments, fatigued from the worry of checking your portfolio every hour, make the switch to ShareBuilder  and put your investing on auto-pilot. Most experts agree that it’s the best way to make the most with your retirement account so long as you rebalance annually and put your money into investments with the lowest amount of fees.
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