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bodysurfs --

1) Consider our Motley Fool Investing Workbook. It covers a lot of investing ground in a simple and fun way and has you do some calculations along the way, too, getting your hands dirty.

2) Consider setting up a "mock" portfolio online -- perhaps here at the Fool. There you can enter prices at which you "bought" stocks, and incorporate commission costs, as well. It's a good way to get used to waching stocks you pick go up and down.


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