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Here's a list of more than 80 investing-related discussion boards in Fooldom. You're probably not aware of most of them, so take a few minutes, if you're so inclined, and scroll all the way down, to see if any look interesting to you.

Some of the boards aren't too busy. If so, and they're for a topic you're interested in, post a message or two anyway, as it might help attract more readers and responders. For every new board to thrive, it needs a few people to take a chance and start a discussion. Oftentimes, a board does have a bunch of followers -- they're just not speaking up, as they don't think anyone else is there.

One good strategy is to scan through the list, clicking in and out of various boards. When you click into a promising board, click the red heart to make it one of your favorite boards. Then you can go back later to read through it at your convenience and see if you like it. Keeping it as a favorite will remind you to drop in now and then, and you'll see when new unread messages are posted there, too.



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Investing Beginners:

Investing For Couples:

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The Foolish Collective:

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The BMW Method:

Elflord's Parking Lot:

Peter Lynch Investing:

Benjamin Graham:

Drip Investing -- The Basics:

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NAIC Stock Selection Guide:

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Portfolio Management:

Fools and Their Money:

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Venture Capital:

Take Stock with Ellis Traub:

Tax Strategies:

Boring Stocks:

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Socially Responsible Investing:

Foolish Globalization:

Letter-writing Fools [letters to companies]:

Value Investing:

Turnarounds / Value Investing:

Valuation Strategies:

Liquid Lounge:

My Dumbest Investment:

My Smartest Investment:

Low P/E Stocks:

It's Earnings that Count:

Green Gene Stocks (Cash-heavy companies):

Small-cap Investing:

Selling Strategies:

Discount Brokers:

The Intelligent Investor (about the classic book):

Security Analysis -- The Book:

CFA Study Group:

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Ahlgren Ecomonics:

l'union fait la force:

Elric Seven's [Biotech] Research Corner:

Real Estate and REITs:


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Foolish Eight (Small-caps):

Bonds and Fixed-income Investments:

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Investing for Income:

New Paradigm Investing:

Rich Dad Poor Dad:

China Connection:

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Fool Ratio (PEG):

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Daytrading -- The Devil's Den:

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Short-term Trading:

The Battle for Business Ethics:

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Unbiased Wal-Mart Talk:
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