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So I thought it would be pretty easy to get tips and get going, but finding that it is not the case really. I am a bit turned of on trying to be sold for more things, where what I already got is not as helpful. For instance, the new things coming in June wanted me to spend a bit of money to get access, but did say some of the stocks that would be in that report are already in recommendations. So how does one find stocks recommended by industry type?

I bet this becomes a common question, but I figure I would post to see how I get treated in such a request.
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awil,

Yep, they've got your money, and now they want more of it.

If it's tutorials and stock tips you want, then open an account at any of the discount brokers (Schwab, Fidelity, ETrade, or TD Ameritrade), all of whom will offer you all of that (and more) FOR FREE.
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CAPs has a free stock screener that can help you find stocks of interest. If you know what you want.

https://caps.fool.com/TickerRankings.aspx

Screeners give you a long list of stocks to sort through. Its up to you to research them further to decide which are timely. Their star system give you a clue, but my library offers free access to Value Line to card holders. Many brokers also offer free research reports.

You can also look at other participants on the TMF Boards and their CAPs portfolios. Find someone active who has investment ideas similar to yours and watch what they do.

I do growth stocks. To go to a poster's CAPs page click on their underlined name on any posting and follow instructions.
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Just one example of the many FREE resources there are out there.

https://www.fidelity.com/learning-center/events/investing-we...
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I agree with the constant messages about more services to purchase. It's enough getting started without more noise and rabbitholes to go down.

https://www.fool.com/account/communication-settings/

Try this: Scroll down on that link while logged in and turn off promotional emails. That stopped the steady stream of things to buy.
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