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Investing Money Made Easy

Tips on resources for investing money made easy .

If you're looking for investing 101 type of information, the net is full of such advice to get you started. Here are some of my personal ones, all free and available online.

For the first, one of the back-to-basics financial sites, provided by the U.S. government, is the U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission website for providing financial education resources for all Americans.

The site's information on investing & saving is located at

www.mymoney.gov/saving.shtml

Some of their links point to other governmental agencies, like the one for a financial planning roadmap to get you started in planning your financial future at SEC:

www.sec.gov/investor/pubs/roadmap.htm

For other resources on learning to invest, the financial magazines and newspapers, such as SmartMoney, Kiplingers, and Financial Times, all have sections that offer advice to the novice investor.

Here are the url links to some of these resources:

  • www.kiplinger.com/basics/index.html
  • www.smartmoney.com/university/Investing101/
  • www.ft.com/yourmoney/beginnersguide

Of these, I personally find the one from Kiplinger impressive, as they go through a lot of the financial issues that people face everyday, even beyond basic investing strategies. For a more focused and in depth look into investing, the SmartMoney University is a good place to start.

If you'd rather read a book on investment basics on your spare time, The Financial Times Guide to Investing, by Glen Arnold, is a good book to start with.

pearsoned.co.uk/Bookshop/detail.asp?item=100000000029249


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