General Investing

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Your investing goals are as unique as you are. Whether you're investing on your own or working with one of our Investment Consultants, we can help you create an investment plan, determine an appropriate asset mix for your needs and put it all into action.

Regardless of what you're investing for or how much experience you have, American Century Investments® is committed to providing you the tools, guidance and solutions to help you reach your goals.

Create and Manage Your Plan

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Create a Plan

Whether you're investing on your own or working with one of our experienced Investment Consultants, we suggest a three-step approach to creating your investment plan and putting it to work: define, design, execute.

Build Your Portfolio

Build Your Portfolio

Whether you like the convenience of having a portfolio that is managed for you, choose to build a diversified portfolio with our no-load mutual funds, or prefer the benefits of using a brokerage account to invest in a variety of investment types, you have choices.

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Manage Your Portfolio

After you've built your plan and a diversified portfolio, set up time to regularly review your investments. Our Investment Consultants can provide guidance on how to review, rebalance and refine your existing plans.

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Plan Your Legacy at Any Age

Estate planning isn't just for wealthy "fifty-somethings." If something happens to you, having a plan can make it easier for those you love.

Expecting a Baby? Plan for a Lifetime of Expenses

Whether you carefully planned for children, or you were pleasantly surprised, at some point finances need to be considered. It doesn't matter if Junior is two years old or 12 years old, it's never too late to make sound financial decisions for the whole family. Here are some tips to get you started.

No "Mayday" Necessary: How to Keep Volatility in Perspective

Don't let emotional "mayday" decisions ruin your financial plans.

    Diversification does not assure a profit nor does it protect against loss of principal.

    This material has been prepared for educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide, and should not be relied upon for, investment, accounting, legal or tax advice.