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Subject: Newbie, Newbie, Newbie Date: 5/16/2001 10:14 AM
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Hi,
1st, sorry about my english...
I reached Fool.com about 2 years ago. I live in Argentina, Southamerica. It has been difficult to me to invest in the US market, cause brokers, taxes and my condition of alien (I m not an US citizen), are no easy way.
I ve made some approaches while the workshop was online, and bought some stocks, etc etc... of course with no real money but to try to understand what this was about
I have some real money invested here, in the Argentinian Market, around 7000 US$ (conservative approach), and now I ve won some new 2000 US$ that I ve decided to spend in US Market, since new argentinian brokers allow working with Wall Street. I know is little money, but I really do not need it. I feel close to the Rule Braker ideas, one of the reason is fool.com and its tutorials and schools that I ve been reading for these years, another, I think in this ocassion high risk is better than low risk low returns... of course I do like the idea of "don´t mimic us", but on the other side, I like the idea of working together.
Should I try rule breaker with my 2000 dollars? If yes, how should I start?

I really appreciate your help

Ruy


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