I have invested in the stock market since 1981. My advice to new investors is to research investment strategies that have a track record of being successful and pick one that fits your individual personality. Some people crave action. They may be best suited to more active trading strategies such as "swing trading or reversion to the mean". Others are more conservative. They should consider buy and hold or moving average strategies. Things like broadly diversified etf's and mutual funds. When I attended ISU, there were some good books on the subject in the library. Check your local library and research the subject. Use the internet. You may find some of the books entertaining. Some of the books are mostly fictional. Don't forget to share some of your new wealth with the Cyclones.
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