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Jim Cramer: Bill G., my son recently got out of the army and wants to start investing with $10,000 how should a young investors start with that amount at this time? Bill G first, thank you for your son serving. I'm sorry I got a fall back first $10,000 has to be index fund. I know that that's not why you're in the club. I know that it's boring, but that's been my rule. It's been my rule forever. I can't change it now even though we run a charitable trust that's about stock picking.

Time for some investing education. 

Newer investors who are looking to put money to work in the market may not know where to start. 

Luckily, during Jim Cramer's Action Alerts Plus members-only conference call in April, members got the chance to pick Cramer's brain about investing education. 

One question focused on where to start when they want to put money to work. Specifically, the question focused on where a young investor should invest their first $10,000. 

"I'm sorry, but I've got a fall back. First $10,000 has to be index fund. I know that that's not why you're in the club. I know that it's boring, but that's been my rule. It's been my rule forever. " said Cramer.

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