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I want to start doing my own investing. Where do I start to do research to learn everything I need?
I want to be able to set up a brokerage account and learn what things like GDP mean, be able to read and understand what Penny stocks, Bonds, buying silver bonds vs. buying silver and everything I haven’t mentioned because I don’t know enough to ask? I have to be able to learn from home or online. Can anyone head me in the right direction to learn what I need?
Your local library will have books on the basics of investing. You may also want to read up on economics.
Online, the Motley Fool website is a longstanding, well-respected place to learn about investing. You can even “play along” at investing – for free. There are forums where you can ask questions of others who hang out there. http://www.fool.com (Don’t be put off by the name. It’s legit.)
The Wall Street Journal has a website. Start reading to keep up with current events from a financial perspective.
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