Is ZSP a good ETF to invest in?
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I'm looking for the best ETF to invest in for long-term and short-term, how does ZSP rank on both categories?
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So I'm thinking of going into an all ETF strategy in my retirement IRA. I am only 1 year into stock trading and have about 4k invested so far.
I'm thinking of investing in 4 ETFs. Is that too many or not enough?
Can someone please drop knowledge on me?
I’m pretty new to the investment game, and after researching quite a bit, I have chosen and started investing in an ETF.
I’ve also budgeted one of my paycheques per month to invest into the one I’ve chosen. However, would it be better to purchase ETF stocks monthly with that amount or fund the account for a few months in a row and then make a purchase with a larger sum?
My second question is: Can someone explain how to set up automatic monthly purchases?
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Why is there such a big difference in price? (I'm aware I'll be buying SPY in USD)
So in the end, which is better? Should I buy the hedged or unhedged?
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