Before making investment decisions, carefully determine if each investment is a “suitable” – appropriate in terms of your willingness and ability to take on a its level of risk. It is essential that these criteria be met. It is also necessary to understand the nature of the risks and the possible consequences.
Among the questions to ask before you invest:
- Does this investment match your long-term investment goals?
- Do you understand all costs, fees, and commissions?
- What are the risks to this investment?
- How do other alternative products compare in risk, return, and expenses?
Investing can sound complicated. But each step you take can bring you closer to your goals. Working with a qualified financial professional may help. A qualified financial professional is trained to analyze your personal financial situation, including assessing your risk tolerance, analyzing your resources and current asset allocation, and much more.
With professional guidance, you can develop a plan to help ensure that your current and future assets are used to their best advantage given your current financial situation and your financial goals.
Please consider the charges, risks, expenses and investment objectives carefully before purchasing a mutual fund or exchange-traded fund. For a prospectus containing this and other information, please contact a financial professional. Read it carefully before you invest or send money.
GE 91296 (04/2016)