Types of Investments
Choose from a wide range of investment products as you build your retirement savings strategy. Stocks and bonds, mutual funds and Exchange-Traded Funds (or ETFs), fixed and variable annuities with customized features, and different types of life insurance for specific life phases and goals.
Building anything requires careful thought and planning. You need to decide what you’re building, what you want it to do and what materials would be the best. Building an investment portfolio is the same; there are two primary materials — stocks and bonds.
Have you ever chipped in to buy the boss a birthday present? A mutual fund works on the same principal. A mutual fund is a pool of money. It is thousands of investors chipping in to buy hundreds of securities.
An annuity is an insurance product designed to provide an income stream for a certain period of time. Certain annuities can be used as a way to add stability and security to retirement savings.
If something happened to you, would your family and loved ones be able to cope without your income? That’s where life insurance comes in. It provides financial protection for your family and can help offer some financial security for you.
You should consider the investment objectives, risks, and charges and expenses of any investments carefully before investing. A prospectus containing this and other information, can be obtained by contacting ING or your local representative. Please read the information carefully before investing.