The Only 5 ETFs Investments You Need (Long Term BUY & HOLD)

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Here are the only 5 ETFs you should own.

I have these five and a couple of small bond funds to go along with some individual stock in small amounts (i.e., TSLA, Google).

The bottom line is to invest in the least amount of ETFs/funds/stocks possible and avoid moving money around as expenses and fees add up.

I buy when the market is down and hold when the market is up.

I also tend to never look at my portfolio in bad times and seldom even when things are going well.

The Only 5 ETFs Investments You Need

Being hands-off has taught me much-needed discipline, and I have survived losing almost 50% of my portfolio twice.

(the percentage weights are listed behind the tickers)

 

QQQ (40%)

Mimics the NASDAQ

 

SPY (20%)

Mimics the S&P 500

 

VWO (12.5%)

Invests in emerging markets around the world, such as China, Brazil, Taiwan, and South Africa.

 

INCO (12.5%)

Seeks investment results that correspond, before fees and expenses, to the price and yield performance of the Indxx India Consumer Index.

 

IJR (15%)

The iShares Core S&P Small-Cap ETF seeks to track the investment results of an index composed of small-capitalization U.S. equities.

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