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One investor takes a chance on a growth stock just before the price falls. Learn how she rationalized her decision — and whether it was a mistake.
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People come up with the silliest reasons not to get started investing. Drop these excuses and get started investing!
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If fear is holding you back from investing, screw your courage to the sticking place! Stop letting fear make your money decisions for you.
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Bonds offer investors several advantages, but you should understand their potential risks and basic terms before you jump in.
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