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The process of opening an account and getting started is as simple as filling out an application and sending the money in. What young adults really need, however, is to align themselves with reputable firms that can help them meet their financial objectives. You need to decide what types of investment products match your personality and will achieve your financial goals.

Are you looking for safety? Are you trying to grow your equity? Is income a consideration? Are you interested in extreme speculation, where all your capital is at risk? Do you need handholding or do you prefer self investing through online services? The range of companies that can assist you in achieving your objectives is wide; there are banks, insurance companies, real estate investment companies, mutual fund companies, brokerage firms and private hedge funds, all of which offer a broad range of competitive investments that can help you build your wealth.

Over the past few decades, financial service companies have used technology to build and offer some truly amazing products and services for their clients. The sophistication and broad selection of choices can be overwhelming. The technology, however, is not the critical issue; itís more important to determine how a firm and its services fit into your needs. Keep your eye on the money, not on the technology glitz. Focus on building wealth. Itís easy to convert wealth into income in later years.

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