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Where to Get Educational Information

If you are new to investing, then you will need to learn something about the topic before you start. On the other hand, if you are an experienced investor, it never hurts to take the time to expand your knowledge base. Here are a few sites that offer educational information for all types of investors.

  • Investopedia.com is a fantastic resource for both beginners and experienced investors alike. It provides a number of different types of tools for investors, but primarily it offers a comprehensive investing encyclopedia that explains just about any investing word or phrase you can imagine.

  • Investor.gov is run by the SEC and provides educational resources. If you are not aware, the SEC is the Securities and Exchange Commission, or the wing of government that regulates securities like stocks, bonds, and exchanges. This site is a great resource that investors can use to get information and help with some common investing questions.

  • Forbes.com offers educational resources at: http://www.forbes.com/finance/investoreducation/

  • Morningstar.com also has an educational guide at: http://www.morningstar.com/cover/Classroom.html

  • At online bookstores like amazon.com, half.com, or barnesandnoble.com, you can get information the old fashioned way - books.


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