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PowerDosh Said,
March 28th, 2008 @6:50 am  

I have also found the advice on Motley Fool to be very good. Being in the UK, I use, but then there’s for the US and Canadian part of the world too. They have some solid (and free) advice on investing that’s well worth reading.


March 30th, 2008 @12:43 am  

I think we should do lots of research about the companies on which you are trying to invest because these days markets are fluctuating a lot.

erp Said,
March 30th, 2008 @7:12 am  

cant wait to see how’s the result. keep on posting!

erp Said,
March 30th, 2008 @9:05 am  

does investing in the stock market really can make good money??? just concern because the stock market is always fluctuate rite???

rich Said,
March 30th, 2008 @4:24 pm  

Hey good luck with the stock market.
With the way things are going in the worlds markets at the present time i would not consider “investing”$1000
at this time .

Keep us updated.


April 2nd, 2008 @11:35 am  

I won’t be able to invest in the stock market for a while – too much stress. I wouldn’t be able to sleep!

April 16th, 2008 @2:31 pm  

All the best with the Stock Market. $1000 to start…let’s hope it 10 bags!

April 25th, 2008 @12:19 pm  

How are the investools? I heard they work pretty well with understanding the stock market and predicting it.

May 5th, 2008 @7:13 am  

Don’tyou think it needs so much patience to make money frm stock market? To me it is so tough.

Terry Said,
May 17th, 2008 @4:10 pm  

I would second the comment above about the Motley Fool. There is a huge amount of good education about stocks and investing at that site. Good Luck!

July 17th, 2008 @1:48 pm  

Thanks for the pointers for us newbies, it sure must require a lot of learning and trading ethics.

August 18th, 2008 @8:08 am  

I’ve read some bad things about them. But I don’t know how much to believe or not

October 11th, 2008 @2:56 pm  

I think education is the most important part of learning how to invest and trade. These markets take out the experts, what makes you think as a beginner you have what it takes to survive?

October 13th, 2008 @3:42 pm  

Which brokerage do you use? I started with Scottrade when I was in college because they were the only brokerage that would let me put in $500 to start.

I tend to invest in ETFs rather than individual stocks. An ETF is basically a mutual fund, but traded on the exchange. I put money in consistently and try not to worry about market fluctuations.

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