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I have always used Mutual Funds for retirement funding. I recently took my IRA fund management away from Fidelity. Therefore they pulled the funds from the market and placed them in a side cash fund. I am trying to figure out the best approach to re-invest the money. I have been wanting to learn more about investing myself, but time is always an issue. There is a lot of information on the Motley Fool's website to absorb. I have joined the Stock Advisor community. I am looking for good sources to get an investment background to start from. Where is a good source for basic information in strategies for dissecting information about companies in their financial statements along with the various formulas for breaking down the information (p/e ratios, liquidity, etc).
Are there books that you would recommend or other websites?
Looking at the Motley Fool websites today I stumbled upon this ad:

by Stephen Cooper - Has anyone had any experience with his information / approach to investing - any thoughts?

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thank you !
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