We review the best small business and investing books
Investing LinksIf you contemplate following a real estate guru (or other investment guru for that matter), be sure to research the guru. John T. Reed provides background on many popular real estate gurus.
A Brief Introduction To Investing Links from HCM Publishing.
My forthcoming book, Becoming An Investor: Building Your Wealth By Investing In Stocks, Bonds, And Mutual Funds
Chapter 2: Becoming An Investor
The Loser's Game
Chapter 3: Becoming An Investor
An Introduction To Compounding or How To Get Rich Over Long Time Periods
Invest-FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions about Investing)
Business and Money has many links for investors and small business people.
About.com Retirement Planning
Kiplinger has many online financial calculators
imoney.com Financial Calculators
stock-market-investing.com has many links to online stock screening tools and other investing sites.
Wall Street Journal
Quicken Online Stock Screener
Fairmark Tax Guide For Investors
CNN Financial News
Money.com Investing 101
About.com guide for beginning investors.
About.com guide to stocks.
About.com guide to bonds.
About.com guide to mutual funds.
accountantsworld.com has many online calculators including a rate of return calculator to calculate the rate of return you have achieved on a given investment.
Wright Investor's Service has profiles of many U.S. and foreign companies.
The above should convince you that there is a tremendous amount of investing information online. How can you possibly assimilate and benefit from all the great information? Largely, you can't. All studies have shown that when individual investors are provided with more and more information, the accuracy and success of their investment decision-making doesn't improve one iota.
What does happen is that more informed investors become more confident in their investment decisions. They are more confident they will be successful. You can read about this in detail in Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Next Generation