Videos & webinars

Watch, listen and learn about these
investing topics.
 
Watch 'Asset allocation and your portfolio'

Asset allocation and your portfolio

See how to determine a target allocation that meets your investment goals and risk tolerance.1
Chris Hyzy, chief investment officer for Bank of America Global Wealth & Investment Management, discusses how investors can use what he calls IMPACTONOMICS to benefit society at large.

Understanding impact investing

Chris Hyzy, chief investment officer for Bank of America Global Wealth & Investment Management, discusses how investors can use what he calls IMPACTONOMICS® to benefit society at large.
Watch 'Using exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to lower cost and boost long-term performance'

Using exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to lower cost and boost long-term performance

Explore how ETFs' lower fees can potentially translate into higher long-term returns.

General investing

Watch 'Understanding asset classes'

Understanding asset classes

See how different categories of investments, called asset classes, play an important role in your investing strategy.
New job? Consider all of your choices - such as rolling over our 401(k)

Rollover choices

When you leave your job, you have many choices of what to do with your retirement plan.3
Watch how rebalancing your portfolio can help keep the intermediate investor on track

Rebalancing your portfolio

Learn about different ways to adjust your investments to stay aligned with your objectives.
Watch this video about rebalancing your asset allocation to help maintain a balanced portfolio

Asset allocation and your portfolio

See how to determine a target allocation that meets your investment goals and risk tolerance.
Watch 'Diversifying your investments'

Diversifying your investments

Learn about the potential benefits of diversifying your investment portfolio with different types of assets.4
Watch this video on diversifying your portfolio with international investments

Diversifying with international investments

See how allocating a portion of your portfolio to international stocks can help to diversify your holdings.
Watch 'Growth vs. value investing: The case for diversification'

Growth vs. value investing: The case for diversification

Find out about growth and value investing strategies and how the two can be incorporated into a diversified portfolio.
Watch to learn how market capitalization factors into investment strategies

Market cap matters

Discover why companies of different sizes perform differently and how a capitalization-based investment strategy may be used to generate potential returns.
Watch 'Investment risk'

Investment risk

Find out what risks are associated with stocks, bonds and cash equivalents.
Watch 'Coping with volatility'

Coping with volatility

Discover different strategies to help you minimize the effects of volatility on your portfolio.
Watch 'The impact of fees on investment returns'

The impact of fees on investment returns

This webcast will help you understand how fees charged by a fund might affect your potential investment returns.
Watch 'Rebalancing your asset allocation'

Rebalancing your asset allocation

Discover how your asset allocation can drift over time and why it's important to periodically rebalance your investment mix.
 

Investment choices

Watch 'Investing in mutual funds'

Investing in mutual funds

What do mutual funds invest in and how are they traded? Get the answers to these and other common questions.
See how lower ETFs may help the intermediate investor boost long-term returns

Using exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to lower cost and boost long-term performance

Explore how ETFs work and how their lower fees can potentially translate into higher long-term returns.
Watch 'Bond categories'

Bond categories

Learn about the different types of bonds and how they might work in your portfolio.
 

Markets & economy

Video about considering emerging markets

Market Decode: Why you should care about emerging markets

They may seem far away and unfamiliar, but now might be the right time to consider including them in your portfolio. Nick Giorgi with our Chief Investment Office explains why.
CIO Chris Hyzy talks to Ron Insana about much-needed infrastructure spending that can lead to an era of smart transit and economic growth.

Is "smart" the next step for infrastructure?

CIO Chris Hyzy talks to Ron Insana about much-needed infrastructure spending that can lead to an era of smart transit and economic growth.
Innovation may create unexpected investment opportunities.

Technology is Disrupting Everything — Even Sneakers

CIO Chris Hyzy looks at game-changing innovation across industries and the often unexpected investment opportunities it's creating.
Housing market update video featuring Michelle Meyer

3 reasons the housing market is strong

Demand for homes is on the rise and interest rates remain near record lows. Michelle Meyer, head of U.S. Economics, looks at how long the trend might continue.
 

Retirement / personal finance / college

Watch 'Making your nest egg last '

Making your nest egg last

This webcast illustrates how long your money might last based on various scenarios.
Watch 'Alister and Cecile's story'

Alister and Cecile's story

Watch a personal story featuring Alister Bazaz whose wife has early-onset Alzheimer's.
Watch 'Retirement savings: The big difference a little bit extra could make'

Retirement savings: The big difference a little bit extra could make

See how increasing your retirement account contribution by just a little could potentially boost your account balance over time.
Watch 'Six steps to help you control your future health care costs in retirement'

6 steps to help you control your future health care costs

Our panelists offer tips you can use today to get a head start on managing health care expenses.
Discover tips that may help you save more from our investment video on systematic saving

Savings strategies

A systematic saving strategy is key to pursuing your financial goals. Discover tips that may help you save more.
Watch 'Putting time on your side'

Putting time on your side

See how the power of compounding can be a critical factor when it comes to pursuing your financial goals.
Learn why creating a unique retirement dream has become more important than wealth in the new American dream of retirement.

Re-visioning retirement

Ken Dychtwald explores how the longevity revolution will transform our lives, how retirees are seeking a better work/life balance and why today's retirees are far more driven by making a difference in the world.
 
 
Ready to get started?
888.637.3343
Call 24/7
 
 
Invest with advice when you need it
Invest with a licensed Merrill Edge Financial Solutions Advisor™, who can help you pursue your financial goals and plan for what matters most to you.
$600
Get up to $600 when you invest in a new Merrill Edge® account. How to qualify
1 Asset allocation, diversification and (auto-) rebalancing do not ensure a profit or protect against loss in declining markets.

2 This material should be regarded as general information on healthcare considerations and is not intended to provide specific healthcare advice. If you have questions regarding your particular situation, please contact your legal or tax advisor.

3 You have choices for what to do with your employer sponsored retirement plan accounts. Depending on your financial circumstances, needs and goals, you may choose to rollover to an IRA or convert to a Roth IRA, rollover an employer sponsored plan from a prior employer to an employer sponsored plan at your new employer, take a distribution, or leave the account where it is. Each choice may offer different investment options and services, fees and expenses, withdrawal options, required minimum distributions, tax treatment, and provide different protection from creditors and legal judgments. These are complex choices and should be considered with care. Visit merrilledge.com/rollover or call a Merrill Edge® rollover specialist at 1.888.637.3343 for additional information about your choices.

4 International investing presents certain risks not associated with investing solely in the U.S. These include, for instance, risks related to fluctuations in value of the U.S. dollar relative to the value of other currencies, custody arrangements made for a fund's foreign holdings, political and economic risk, differences in accounting procedures, and the lesser degree of public information required to be provided by non-U.S. companies. Foreign securities may also be less liquid, more volatile and harder to value, and may be subject to additional risks relating to U.S. and foreign laws relating to foreign investment. These risks are heightened when the issuer of the securities is in a country with an emerging capital market.

ARCNTH88-EXP091418