Transcript: WellsTrade Making Informed Decisions
Any investment decision you make should be an informed investment decision.
Becoming better informed begins with research.
Knowledge of price history, company data, industry factors and investor trends can all aid in making investment decisions.
But it’s not just about collecting knowledge before making a decision—it’s also about knowing what can happen afterwards.
Buying or selling certain investments can have unforeseen effects—like tax consequences—that need to be identified and considered before making any change to your investment plans.
Your WellsTrade account is packed with tools, screeners and other research resources that make collecting and understanding all this information an easy and convenient process.
And if you’re still on the fence, you can always consult a Wells Fargo Financial Advisor to get an objective perspective from an experienced professional.
There may be no guarantees in the world of investing, but if you do your homework, your chances of finding success will be much higher.