Stocks are a little like, well, socks. There are so many kinds to consider, you might be wondering how to pick one. You can start by looking for what you geek out on, a company that makes something you love, then unravel what they do. Are they innovative? Do they make money? But before you buy, think about how much you're willing to risk, and if pick your own isn't your style, try looking for pre-made variety packs of stocks, called funds. Either way, remember that one size doesn't fit all in stocks or stocks. So take the time to find the ones that are right for you.
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At Fidelity, we’re committed to helping educators teach high school students about money. Whether you’re a veteran teacher or new to the profession, we invite you to read this article for free resources to use in your classrooms.
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Your First Credit Card
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