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Subject: Note-taking Date: 12/13/2012 8:49 AM
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Hi All,

I have been reading the Motley Fool for many years, and have invested off and on. I have started more seriously the last couple of years now that I have two little kiddos and want to teach them and help build them build a portfolio to be richer than me.

My question is this (and I have looked and looked for the answer but must be blind): I read a post by TMF1000 on how he keeps notes on his stocks, but I cannot seem to find how to do this, nor can I find the original post. Basically, I would like to keep a running "diary" on particular stocks, adding key notes and thoughts.

My apologies if this is a total newbie question and the answer is obvious, but I appreciate your help and am inspired by the folks on here.

Thanks in advance,
Breakweather
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