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2. Do not make posts looking for advice about your personal situation. If your question likely has a right answer, is a beginner topic, you simply need help finding general intro to investing information, or if its asking for general input on what to do with your investments then post in the Daily Advice Thread. This would include most ask reddit style questions.
Likewise if youre asking about a given feature at a broker then direct those questions to the broker not Reddit. And if your post should have been a google search then it will likely be removed.
3. Keep discussions civil, informative and polite. Off topic comments, attacks or insults will not be tolerated.
4. Strictly no self-promotional threads. Do not post your app, tool, blog, referral code, event, etc. We generally expect that people who come here are not using the forum to build a brand, generate clicks, or shill. Posts that are strictly self-interested or intended to build awareness are not acceptable.
6. Effort: Posts must meet standards of effort: Do not post just an article, highlight the parts of the article you find relevant or offer some commentary surrounding the article.
Additionally do not just make a self post to offer some simple thoughts. now is the time to buy, heres my thoughts, etc. belong as comments to existing posts. Making your own post devoid of in depth examination will likely result in it being removed.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- /r/Investing FAQ
- How do I get started in the Stock Market?
- WSJ guide on how to pick a financial planner
- Why we recommend Vanguard
- Compare brokers (US mostly)
- Should I invest a lump-sum, or wait? Its about time in the market, not market timing & Vanguards thoughts on lump-sum investing
- Im new to investing, what should I do? This has been asked and answered many times in the past. Use the search function or check out this, this, this, this, this or this thread.
Useful Online Resources
- A guide to stock research! - A hedge fund analyst explains his stock research process. Full of excellent links to videos, articles, and books. MUST READ!
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- A huge list of the best books on investing
- Our favorite books 2017
- Our favorite books 2013
- Our favorite whitepapers & blogs
- Warren Buffetts Shareholder Letters
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