Developing an investment strategy does not come easy.
Therefore, understanding investment basics can serve just about any investor well, whether an individual is a beginner or a long-term player.
If you’d like to hone your understanding of the stock market and other investment basics, the following websites might be worth a visit.
American Association of Individual Investors: Answers frequently asked questions on an array of investing topics. aaii.com/investing/article/investing-basics-faqs
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CFA Institute: Covers investing basics and insights in a pdf format. cfainstitute.org/about/investor/Pages/index.aspx
Investopedia: Serves up investing 101, broken into several categories. investopedia.com/university/beginner
TheStreet.com: Features a primer to stock investing, bonds, mutual funds, taxes and more. thestreet.com/tsc/basics/index.html
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission: Offers a guide on investment products, avoiding investing scams, and seeking assistance with an investment concern. investor.gov/investing-basics