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The new year is still fresh, and it's the perfect time to start checking things off your resolution list -- like getting more financially fit.
If you're keeping your savings in low-return but "safe" investments, you need to get your money off the sidelines and into some better-performing stocks. But with the risks involved in the equities markets, you want to buy into stocks you can trust.
No stock is risk-free, but below, you'll find 13 ideas for beginning investors to get their feet...
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