A popular investor home study course, sponsored by University of Rutgers Extension, has 11 different segments – do them all or do the ones that interest you. It’s free.
A good a resource on bond investing. Information for investors of all levels – not simply geared for beginners or advanced-knowledge investors. Created by The Bond Market Association to help educate investors.
Resources by various groups geared toward beginning mutual fund investors: What is a mutual fund? Load vs. no-load funds and many other helpful article topics.
A nice introduction to mutual funds provided by the Securities and Exchange Commission. How mutual funds work, common pitfalls, terminology, and other factors to consider.
Mutual fund resource center with a vast array of educational tools. Examine funds based on select criteria, find low fee funds, find funds that allow a low initial investment, growth vs. value, and more.
Sponsored by the Foundation for Investor Education, The Path to Investing offers helpful, practical information to help you become a more educated investor. The site offers guidance from investment professionals, including perspectives for various lifecycle stages, quizzes, calculators, and other resources to sharpen your investment focus and help you reach your goals.
The best objective resource on the web dedicated to the topic of saving for college. Information about Section 529 plans and other ways to save and pay for college.