At this point in my life, I’m just not ready to devote my financial resources to investing in the stock market. I’ve known people that have hit it big, but I’ve also known people that have lost almost everything that they have because of it. There’s a lesson there, and you have to know that there’s a risk going into it. I’m not saying that I’ll never buy and sell stocks, but for the time being, I’m going to keep a close eye on my pennies. When I decide to get involved with the stock market and investing in general, I’ll have to remember SteamStreet.

This online service puts you back in control of your portfolios. Beyond simply providing a way to look at current stock information, SteamStreet provides what you need to manage your portfolios and see how your investments are doing. The details are organized in a comprehensive yet easy to digest format. You can even share and compare your portfolios with friends and family and swap notes on stocks and funds with them while you’re at it. This functionality definitely isn’t for everyone, especially if you’re trying to make someone jealous or easily become jealous yourself. Nevertheless, the service as a whole is worth looking into.

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