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Welcome, Paul!

Agreeing with everything Kathie said.

I'll also add that the easiest way to get started is to find something you're interested in learning more about, whether it's a specific company like Bank of America or a term like P/E ratio. Go to the term (or create it), and have a go at it. Editing the term is a great way to learn about it. Since we're so early in Flossary, there is a LOT of room for adding more knowledge!

And don't worry...you can't break the wiki (not a challenge :)), so have at it!

-Anand
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