Motley Fool Wealth Management will invest in individual stocks when completely invested in one of our large-cap strategies (i.e. Dividend, Large Cap Core, Large Cap Aggressive Growth, or Hedged Equity). Some of our blended portfolios include ETFs, which are utilized inside of our fixed income strategy (using a laddered corporate bond strategy) and our international strategy (to get exposure to certain countries). Additionally, our index-based portfolios use ETFs to ensure broad exposure to multiple asset classes, which provides diversification within each strategy and for the overall portfolio.
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