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Subject: Re: Any Ideas? Date: 2/22/2000 7:26 PM
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I am a new Fool lookin' for good advice. I have limited funds to invest so I don't want a stock like Microsoft that I can only
afford a couple of shares... I have heard that there are several good (and realitively cheap) technology stocks available.. Just
lookin' for tips..

Hi HarleyRider7

1)sounds like you need a plan. I do suggest Fool School and the thirteen steps to investing and the many other excellent sources of information about investing on the Motley Fool.

2)start looking for companies that you like, and decide what investment strategy is comfortable for you. Choosing stocks is a very personal thing, be very careful about taking anyones advice about buying specific stocks.

3)maybe you would be interested in Drip investing (you can research this form of investing on the Motley Fool)

good luck and have fun!


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