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I've done quite a bit of research so we will see what happens there (any suggestions?).

My best advice (which I gladly took 5 years ago) is to take a free preview of one of the Motley Fool's premium services. You can check out a service like Stock Adviser for free for a month. Get all the back issues, read the boards, etc.

If you haven't already done it, set up a CAPS account so you can play your market hunches without risking real capital. I found CAPS a great place to experiment and learn.

If you like what you find, I think you will find that the cost of the subscription is much less expensive than fees paid to a financial adviser.

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