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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Stock Investing Fast-Track by Ken Little

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Finding Information on the Internet

Finding information on the internet is easy if you know where to look and where not to look. Clearly, some resources are better than others for information on specific companies. An obvious starting point for many people will be Google (or other search engines such as Bing), the ubiquitous search engine that finds everything. Although search engines can be helpful, you will save time by going directly to key information sources.

I have several suggestions for reputable sources that offer tools to help you manage information, as well as find it. I also have some suggestions about how to avoid content that is biased and seeks to promote a particular product, such as a stock picking service. Later in this chapter, ...

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