There is certainly no shortage of places to get investment advice these days. Turn on the TV and watch Jim Cramer, MSNBC, CNBC or Fox Business and you can learn everything from foreign exchange tips to ETF investing. (And by the way, isn't that E*Trade baby just adorable?) You can "call Chuck" at Schwab; You can follow the "green path" and Fidelity; And don't get me started on the hundreds of blogs and investment sites that are spouting all kinds of advice-some good, some not so good.

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