Adulting 101: Investing

This is part one in a series of posts where I gather resources on Topics you may have Missed Out on while growing up.

Unless you grew up in a household that participated in “investing”, you may not know what it’s all about or how it’s done. It probably looks complicated, difficult, and unreachable – especially if things like investment minimums are personal stumbling blocks. Here I’ve rounded up a series of resources to help you learn how to do it.

From Reddit’s r/PersonalFinance:

Reddit has an awesome subreddit all about Personal Finance. Below are some recent (as of this post’s publication date) threads from the PF subreddit on the topic of investing.

Books

Head on down to your local library for these. If you find one particularly useful and find yourself making return trips to re-read or check it out, that’s when you should think about buying your own copy.

Blogs and Podcasts

Listen up! Here is a small collection of blogs and podcasts focusing on beginner investing and investing when you’re starting with very little.

Wrap it up!

While you were out learning about investing, did you find something awesome that other newbies would find helpful? Share it in the comments and if it is indeed a goodie, I’ll add it to the list and give you credit for finding it!

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