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Yes, if one wants to follow Saul one should read the knowledge base. But it's still jumping into the deep end, especially if one is not familiar with 10-Ks and 10-Qs and such. There is no remedial learning on that board (it's considered "OT").

I'm still looking at DDOG. I may take a position in that one also.

But this is getting off-topic here. It very much depends on what the OP is willing to do, wants to do, and is interested/capable of doing. Saul is pretty hard-core. Owning some mutual funds is about as easy as it gets. I don't really know where the OP falls in that spectrum.

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