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I did read 10 random investing articles, so that was a success. I even bought my first 3 Dividend stocks this month: INTC, PM and ADM. They’re all trading down today :p
The problem with the articles is that they seemed too un-focused. I’m tailoring my November goal to delve into topics of investing.
November goal: Study Stock basics(10) and Index investing(10) 8 months ago
My goal for September is to read at least 10 investing related articles. 9 months ago
I finally opened my first HISA with ING Direct. I feel silly for not getting this done sooner. 11 months ago
Picked up “The Intelligent Investor” and also “Security Analysis” both by Benjamin Graham. I flipped through them, they seem dense and a little technical but simple enough for a beginner to understand.
It’s also a mid-term goal to have completely absorbed all of the information in both of these books by the end of this year. No point in rushing. 12 months ago
Today I opened a Roth IRA with Vanguard and contributed the max for 2011 into a couple of funds. 15 months ago
ok some jerk banned my last account for posting a link to a non-commercial investing article, but I’m just posting this update again for the record: I’m still educating myself in finance and investment and I’ve been learning about international investing, specifically ADRs which I had never heard of.
For anyone interested in international stock investing, check out ADRs! It’s an interesting branch of investing. 16 months ago
I’ve been trying to read up on investopedia.com. I’m still confused. I really hope to get this figured out by January. 2012 is the year that I will start investing! 2 years ago
I want to start slowly investing a little of my extra income while still putting most of it in savings in case of emergencies/to hopefully buy a house someday.
I’m not sure if money markets, stocks, or some other option are the way to go. I know almost nothing and I’m not really sure where to start.
I did some internet research a while back but it was difficult and confusing. I may try again and then move on to books.
I really want to start setting myself up so that J and I have a solid future. 2 years ago