One of the best resources around, in my opinion, for do-it-yourself investors is the American Association of Individual Investors. For a low annual fee you get access to all sorts of educational materials on investing, financial planning, and retirement issues. Included are such things as discussion boards and stock screens. Check out their website .
Perhaps the biggest benefit is joining the local chapter and meeting with investors to discuss topics of the day. Monthly meetings typically involve discussions and presentations by investment professionals. The Baltimore chapter, of which I am a member, usually meets on the first Saturday of each month. The Baltimore AAII website describes this Saturday's meeting.
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