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Added a very small amount of investment content to my website.



June 21, 2011 – Comments (5)

This content is in the wiki on the top level Finance Section of my site. All of this content is from one provider and I plan on adding more to this section, but I want to get an idea if I'm moving in the right direction with this.

The Finance section will be broken down into many more sections and sub-sections. The Finance section itself is meant to have a global view.  Sub-sections of the finance group would be like Equities (which would have sub-sections of NYSE, NASDAQ etc...), Bonds, (junk, munis. etc..), commodities... OK you get the point. The Finance section is the highest level and will have everything that has to do with money under it's umbrella and is meant to be more general. The sub-groups will have more specialized content. 

The first 2 links I'm posting are widgets that I'm probably removing because they are integrated into other links.

Also the links for the Fund Browser and Sector Explorer  seem to be having issues with the data, but I like the content and haven't heard back from the content provider yet on whether it's a bug that will be fixed so I'm keeping those pages for now.

Here's what I wrote on the main wiki page...

The wiki for the Finance group. We are committed to providing the best general investing information that we can here.  If you see a potential content partner on the internet that you think fits in with what we are providing, please contact the admin and we'll do our best to get the content if we can. For more detailed info please see the subgroups. 

I do plan of heavy segmentation with this site right down to each stock having it's own group with it's own wiki and own forum. I think that this level of group discussion will help people make educated decisions on their investments. 

OK so give me comments on the links...

World Market Summary 

World Market Heat Map

Market Shakers

Market Snapshot 

ETF Browser

Fund Browser 

Sector Explorer 

World View

Market News

Correlation Matchups


I've made this group public, so I don't believe that you have to register to see the links, but I'm not sure on how the formatting looks for unregistered users on all the different browsers.  Let me know if you have issues with your browser as well.

Feel free to register if you want. The only personal info needed is a valid email address. I do not send spam, although you will get updates from the website if you choose to  get the email updates.

Please pick this apart if you don't like it. You won't hurt my feelings and my main goal is a relevant website. 

Help others by giving me constructive info. 


5 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On June 21, 2011 at 7:35 PM, chk999 (99.96) wrote:

The ETF browser is very nice. Thanks!

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#2) On June 21, 2011 at 7:59 PM, Teacherman1 (< 20) wrote:

Chris. When I clicked on Sector Explorer, it took me to the Fund Browser. Just to let you know.

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#3) On June 21, 2011 at 8:02 PM, ChrisGraley (28.67) wrote:

Correct link for Sector Explorer

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#4) On June 21, 2011 at 11:56 PM, zCreator (94.16) wrote:

Just glanced at it and it looks quite nice. Will definitely check out on the weekend. :)

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#5) On June 22, 2011 at 11:03 AM, lemoneater (57.24) wrote:

My favorite is the correlation matchup. I try to have a well diversified portifolio across industries and I think this will be a fun and helpful tool for me.

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