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I'd like make a few additions to Rutabaga's suggestions. The Fool books are definitely an excellent starting point. You may find it useful to read them in the order intended:

1. You have more than you think
2. Investment Guide
(try using the Investment Workbook here also)
3. Rule Makers, Rule Breakers

Also, there are some other great books and resources out there. Apart from fool.com and its great discussion boards, try reading Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki ... a great motivational book that helps you develop an open, winning mindset. For stock picking, I have found Mary Buffett's Buffettology to be excellent, and Peter Lynch's books are very useful also. For stock strategies, O'Shaughnessey's What Works On Wall Street is great, as is the Fool's Workshop here at fool.com.

I guess that's enough to get you going.

All the best,
Graham
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