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Author: trend2value Big gold star, 5000 posts Old School Fool CAPS All Star Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 42  
Subject: Do I know poor? Date: 11/19/2003 11:17 PM
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Yes, unfortunately I have become somewhat familiar with the concept of poverty...

oh well.
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Subject: Re: Do I know poor? Date: 11/19/2003 11:18 PM
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ok so what is an example opf a good investment for a poor person>?

hmmmmmmm.

good question.

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Subject: Re: Do I know poor? Date: 11/19/2003 11:20 PM
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For someone like myself who doesn't have a lot of investable cash I suggest making a budget and then setting aside some cash each week...

saving up some money is the first step to investment success...

JTT

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Subject: Re: Do I know poor? Date: 3/7/2008 12:14 PM
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DRIP investing is the best way for the small budget investor to get started. Fees and commisions of even discount brokers will have a much larger effect on small budgets.

Many companies sell stock direct to investors( as little as 1 share at a time in some cases) for little or no fees. Dividends are reinvested; usually for no fee(sometimes not). Additional investments can be made for no fee in most cases.

There are several good books on the subject; usually available at your local library.

Don

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