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My simple advice, based on two years of using it myself: Buy Motley Fool Stock Advisor, Hidden Gems, & Inside Value newsletters. Pick a couple of their recommendations each month, & hold until advised to sell them.

No math, no work, net returns.

(Who does not work for MF, but is up about 20%/year for two years without having to do my own homework)

PS: I agree with everyone who advocated saving more. I make less than half of what you do, live in CA bay area (Sonoma), & yet still my unemployed DW & I are able to save about 30%/year. The turning point was when I started diverting $500 of every twice-monthly paycheck into a brokerage account. After that, it was just like the 401k & IRA money: gone & unremembered... but eventually not to be forgotten...

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