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7 ways to get rich without leaving the couch

By Emmie Martin

Legendary investor Warren Buffett favors index funds over most other investing options, and for good reason. “It’s the cheapest and easiest way to diversify your money that you’re investing,” Nick Holeman, a certified financial planner at Betterment tells Make It.

Not only are index funds low-cost, but they don’t require much effort to manage. You just make the investment and let it do its thing instead of following, buying and selling shares in particular companies.

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This article originally published March 2nd, 2019 on CNBC