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Subject: New to investing Date: 6/7/2010 12:00 PM
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21 year old recent college grad, heading back for grad school next year in accounting. I have about 2500 i'd like to invest but am a little hesitant. With that small amount of money, is it worth it to try and diversify a stock portfolio, or just choose 1? Are mutual funds a better option? Any advice for just starting out would be greatly appreciated.
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