Portfolio Management

Learn about diversification, asset allocation, rebalancing, risk, and other aspects of portfolio management.

How Well Do You Know Market Cap?

Market cap is a key guidepost for anyone building a portfolio. Here's what to know.

Celebrating 50 Years of Innovation

Since its founding in 1973, Charles Schwab has helped pioneer market access, lower fees, financial literacy, and more. Here's an up-to-the-minute guide to our initiatives and offerings.

4 of Investors' Biggest Concerns Now

Schwab experts answer questions about locking in higher interest rates, the likelihood of a "soft landing" for the economy, and more.

Using Tactical Allocation Tilts During Volatile Markets

How to implement tactical allocation tilts based on short-term market expectations.

Identifying Head-and-Shoulders Patterns in Stock Charts

Identifying so-called head-and-shoulders patterns can be tricky.

ETFs: How Much Do They Really Cost?

If you're considering investing in ETFs to diversify your portfolio, you'll want to be aware of the additional costs you might incur.

Avoid these 9 Scary Money Mistakes

What can Halloween teach you about money? Personal finance and investing don't have to be scary when you avoid these common mistakes.

Where Should You Hold Your Cash?

Consider ease of access, insurance, and yield when deciding where to hold your cash.

New Year's Financial Resolutions

Here are five steps we encourage all investors to consider taking to help boost their financial fitness at any time of the year.

Portfolio Management

Portfolio Management can be a challenge for investors and traders alike. Join this webcast as your education coach illustrates how self-directed investors might tailor their own portfolio-management blueprint, no matter the account size, and how investors who want some guidance in their portfolios can better understand the principles involved and the different asset classes portfolio managers might use. Also, learn how to compare different asset classes using the Schwab.com platform.