|11-28-2006, 01:35 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Reno/Tahoe, NV, USA
MSN Money article: Start investing with just $100
I apologize if this repeats any information already posted in this forum... feel free to refer me to other posts if necessary.
Basically, I've got the financial IQ of an eggplant, and I decided last week to change that. (I read Rich Dad Poor Dad over the weekend, and I'm your quintissential Poor Dad progency.) My issue currently is that I'm living completely paycheck to paycheck, with no credit card debt but a small student loan and a small consumer loan, and I need/want to start saving and investing as soon as I can. Browsing MSN Money, I ran across this article: Start investing with just $100.
It certainly fits my budget. Question is, is it sound advice? And if I follow through on what the author suggests now as a newbie, when I become more financially sophisticated, will I kick myself for doing it?
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