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Watercooler: Draw up a plan before your invest

Published June 30, 2013 12:54 am
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Developing an investment strategy does not come easy. So, understanding the basics can serve just about any investor well, whether a beginner or a long-term player.

To hone your understanding of the stock market and other investment basics, these Web locales might be worth a visit:

American Association of Individual Investors • Answers frequently asked questions on an array of topics, at http://bit.ly/1aQTj8P.

CFA Institute • Covers basics and insights, at http://cfa.is/f4jDrB.

Investopedia • Serves up Investing 101, broken into several categories, at http://bit.ly/6D9e19.

TheStreet.com • Features a primer to stocks, bonds, mutual funds, taxes and more, at http://bit.ly/nzLvVm.

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission • Offers a guide on avoiding scams and how to seek assistance, at http://1.usa.gov/H4YVfy.




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