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I agree with Vivienne - check out MF Stock Advisor. Try what I did: sign up for the free trial, download the first 24 issues and the most recent 24 issues, then cancel your free subscription & spend a few days reading through this material. The idea here is NOT to glean stock picks, but rather to understand what this service has to offer.

When I did this, many years ago, I had much more to invest than you have, so the decision to buy a subscription was easy for me. You will have to consider the cost more carefully than I did. Perhaps tossing money into some of the low-cost index funds mentioned by others for the first year or two would give you a good foundation prior to messing with individual stocks.

I wish that I had begun this whole process when I was your age. I would probably be retired today. Good luck.

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