Use Portfolio Forecaster to Analyze Your Investments

How does your portfolio compare to the average investor's? You can uncover this information and more when you use the Portfolio Forecaster offered by Money.com and Financial Engines.

Portfolio Forecaster gives investors the opportunity to evaluate the level of risk in their portfolio, determine the probability that current investment choices will achieve specific investment objectives, analyze an existing portfolio and create a new portfolio using Money.com.

You can also use Portfolio Forecaster to create a one-time portfolio, look up ticker symbols and receive a full portfolio analysis - all free of charge. How do they do it? Portfolio Forecaster provides this information by simulating different economic scenarios that involve investment returns, interest rates and inflation.

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