Motley Fool Advisers Are Answering Your Beginning Investing Questions Right Now

The Motley FoolHave an investing question you've always been too embarrassed to ask? Don't be shy! Get answers right here, right now.

From 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. EDT today, Motley Fool advisors and stock analysts will be on hand to field your questions in this live chat we set up exclusively for DailyFinance readers.

Toss anything our way -- questions on investing, brokerage accounts, stock picking strategies, or industry trends. Here's the lineup of folks who are weighing in and addressing your issues and answering your questions: Fool Chief Investment Officer Andy Cross; Director of Analyst Learning Buck Hartzell; Motley Fool Inside Value advisor Joe Magyer; Motley Fool Million Dollar Portfolio advisor David Meier; Motley Fool Stock Advisor analyst Bryan White; Motley Fool Income Investor advisor James Early; Motley Fool One advisor Richard Greifner; and Motley Fool analysts Alex Pape and Dan Dzombak.

A few ground rules:
  • Sorry, we are not permitted to provide personalized financial advice. But we can talk in more general terms.
  • We may not be able to answer every question you post, but we're sure going to try.
  • The analysts may have ownership interests in some of the stocks discussed in the live chat. To see the stocks they own, check out their profiles via the links above.
Now, let's get this going. Simply click below, and start asking your most burning questions.




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Joe

Is it smart to buy warrants instead of the stock itself? How does that work?
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tshumpert04

I have a (401k) i am invested in stocks& bonds. My question is when stocks go up my bonds down?

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thomas stephen

Rolling over a 401K, what does that mean, I thought the maximum for a ira is 5000, i have a huge 401k, please ex;plain

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Monty

How reliable are the Morningstar star ratings, in making a decision to buy a mutual fund?

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Monty

How reliable are the Morningstar star ratings?

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