Investing principles are the time-tested learnings that shape any investment methodology. Betterment's investing principles guide how we advise Betterment customers.
What is Dollar-Cost Averaging?
Although it’s not always the most optimal investment strategy, choosing to dollar-cost average into the market has behavioral and psychological benefits that may help you over the long run.
Drivers of Investing: Time Value and Compound Interest
When it comes to investing, the longer you let your money grow and compound, the more money you can likely earn in returns.
4 Stats to Change Your Perspective on Investing
The factors that can be important to becoming a successful investor aren’t what you might think.
Understanding Our Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) Portfolio
Learn more about how you can invest in a way that reduces exposure to companies that are deemed to have a negative social impact.
What Our Investment Philosophy Means for You
Betterment’s investment philosophy plays a major role in how we help you make the most of your money. From this philosophy, we can derive five principles that we believe all investors should follow.
Personal Investing Strategies Tailored For You
We’ve long tailored customer portfolios based on factors like goal type, and risk tolerance. Now, we’re further personalizing our advice at the level of the portfolio strategy itself.
5 Secrets to Help You Build Wealth by Investing
Whether you’re thinking of investing some extra cash or pushing your 401k or IRA to grow bigger, here are five ways to get more from your money immediately.
My 4 Core Investing Principles
Often new customers write to me and ask, what can I do to build wealth faster? The answer doesn’t have to be complicated.