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Miranda Marquit

Exchange traded funds represent one of the fastest growing investments available today. While ETFs are a relatively new investment vehicle, they are growing in popularity due to their relative simplicity, built-in diversity and low costs. There are many who see advantages in ETFs, since they are not only well-suited for long-term, buy and hold investing, but can also be adapted for use in short-term trading strategies and even options and shorting.

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Top 50 Buy and Hold Investing Blogs

by on May 11, 2009 | Updated November 1, 2012

When it comes to investing, there is still a solid core of gurus and bloggers that maintain that buy and hold is the way to go. Indeed, even as some pundits declare buy and hold dead, there are those who maintain themselves as buy and hold, or at least long term, investors. For the average Joe investor, long term can be a good idea. It allows you to make long term gains that are often more than enough to beat inflation and provide you with income in your later years. Here are 50 blogs and blog posts that can help you develop a long term investing plan:

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Top 10 Investing Rules of Thumb

by on May 3, 2009 | Updated December 4, 2012

Not too long ago, J.D. over at Get Rich Slowly posted 25 Useful Financial Rules of Thumb. These guidelines are designed to help everyday people do more with their finances. We wanted to expand on that idea and make a more investing-specific list, with useful  rules of thumb for the everyday, buy-and-hold ETF/index fund investor. […]

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