From budgets and personal finances to investing, the library has resources to help you learn more about money and to assist you in reaching your goals. Check out these resources to get started.
If you’re new to investing, you’ll want to get started with a plan before you dive in deep.
Gale Courses provide in-depth, instructor-led courses that you can join by using your library card. These courses will help you get started on your investment journey:
- Where Does All My Money Go?
- Keys to Successful Money Management
- Personal Finance
- Introduction to Stock Options
- Stocks, Bonds, and Investing: Oh My!
If you’d prefer to have a book by your side, these are great options to consider.
Do you have a plan in mind and feel ready to dive in? Use these resources to keep up-to-date with your investments.
The Morningstar Investment Research Center database includes research on more than 30,000 stocks, mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs). It is designed specifically for individual investors. Morningstar allows you to build and test a portfolio, and it also offers interactive workshops and classes to sharpen your investing skills.
Value Line offers information on thousands of stocks, market advice, and reports.