Knowledge truly is power when it comes to investing, and your success as a stock investor depends on your ability to locate information and determine its importance. In this lesson, we'll point you in the right direction and tell you where to concentrate your efforts.

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Ratios are a common tool for relating a stock's price with some part of the underlying company's performance. We will look at several.

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Find an investment professional with your best interests in mind, and learn how to use the basic trading mechanics.

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Small-cap, mid-cap, and large-cap refer to size; they are very important terms to know when investing in stocks.

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You can learn a lot about an investment by reading its prospectus: risk factors, dividend policy, and dilution information, to start.

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No study of investing is complete without learning about stocks. This tutorial is a very basic look at them.

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Learn what makes growth stocks so vital to so many investors’ financial dreams. They have many benefits, but also some downsides.

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Let's examine classes of stock most commonly used by investors, such as blue chips, growth stocks, income stocks, and value stocks.

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Dividend reinvestment plans give investors the option of reinvesting their dividends in additional shares of stock.

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Learn where to buy stocks, how to choose a broker, and how to set up an account and make trades.

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