ETFs allow you to invest in a broad variety of securities. For example, if you invest in an ETF that tracks the S&P 500® Index, your money is spread across the 500 companies that comprise the index. This means you also spread the investment risk among all the securities that compose a particular index.1
Unlike a mutual fund, an ETF’s share price changes throughout the day as the individual securities in its portfolio change in value. Also, ETFs often have lower expense ratios than mutual funds because they are generally not actively managed.
A MassMutual financial professional will be with you every step of the way to help you prepare for the future.
During your initial phone call, your financial professional will ask you questions to understand your financial goals and objectives.
After looking at your entire financial picture, your financial professional will provide you with suggestions to fill in the gaps so you can choose the products best suited for your situation.
If you're satisfied with the recommendations, your financial professional will secure the products and services to help ensure your financial future.
Your financial professional will work with you over time through periodic reviews to help you monitor your investments and reach your financial planning goals.
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