This article was originally published on U.S. News by Darrow Wealth Management advisor Kristin McFarland, CFP®
When it comes to managing your investments, there can be a lot of factors to consider. However, you don’t need a doctorate in economics to avoid making some of the most costly mistakes. By keeping a well-rounded approach to managing your finances, it’s likely you may find more success in meeting your goals.
After all, does it really matter whether you beat the Standard & Poor’s 500 index if you reach your personal financial objectives? In no particular order, here are the five most common risks facing investors today.