What spurred me on the most was reading the Fool books. The Motley Fool Investment Guide really got me thinking about investment and retirement planning. I've just finished their 3rd book, on Foolish stock picking. Fun to read, and really helpful as far as making this all approachable and interesting. I also recommend the "Where do I fit" chapter of their second book, "You have more than you think". It gives suggestions for everyone, categorized by how much money you have to invest. Generally, I think reading the Motley Fool's investment books should be a prerequisite to trading stocks. Best of luck to you.
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