Those of you who are seeking investing enlightenment are not going to find much of it on the web.
I suggest you log off, power down your computer, and read some books. Take your time. The months you spend perusing this list will be well spent.
I’d recommend reading at least the first four books listed before even thinking of getting your hands dirty with real investing.
1. “A Random Walk Down Wall Street“ by Burton Malkiel
An excellent investment primer. It explains the basics of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, and will reinforce the efficient market concept.
2. “Common Sense on Mutual Funds” by John Bogle…
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