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Where do you go to obtain intel on stocks ?

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May 14, 2013 – Comments (5)

So  what  internet sites do you visit  in  order  to  research  and  obtain  information on  investments ~  stocks ~  bonds ~  other  ?

Just  thought  I   would  ask out  in  order  to  see  and  perhaps  further expand my  available  resources.

Theres  google

bloomberg

Yahoo

MSN

Alpha something something

Reuters

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Who  have I  missed occasionally I  come  across some interesting  and  resourceful places but they  seem  to  change  or  disapear on  me ?

Of  course  I've  been slacking.

I'll leave  off   Jim  Crammer   ~ because  I've found  much of  his  advice  and  recommendations to be  suspect.  I  guess   you  need  to  subscribe  and  pay  him.

So  say  someone  new  comes   aboard   and   has money  to   put  to use  ?  what  advice  would  you  offer   ~~   where  to  go ?

 

 

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#1) On May 14, 2013 at 8:52 PM, HarryCarysGhost (99.69) wrote:

Hey LZ, mainly stick with here and yahoo finance, Here's a site I dig on even though I'm not a chartist, just know the basics and it interests me-

http://www.freestockcharts.com/

 

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#2) On May 14, 2013 at 9:09 PM, L0RDZ (84.43) wrote:

Thanks  Harry   that  freestockcharts site  lqqks  promising...

I  use  to  check out  an  options  site  run  by  those  2  brothers  with  balding  heads  and  pony  tails  the  Najarens ?  but   I  kinda  stopped  checking them out...

 

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#3) On May 14, 2013 at 11:04 PM, rd80 (98.45) wrote:

My go to site is Yahoo! Finance.

Other regular visits include:

TMF
Wall St. Journal
Barron's
FINRA.org - especially for bond info
Reuters - bond issue calendar is a must read for m
SEC's EDGAR for filings

Less often:

Finviz - only screener I've found that includes payout ratio
Kapitall
Google Finance
MarketWatch
FinancialStability.gov
fdic.gov
SeekingAlpha

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#4) On May 15, 2013 at 2:46 AM, robotclo (53.26) wrote:

Morningstar, if course, and cnn money every once in a while.  Dailyfx mostly does forex stuff, but they have s&p500 and commodities trends sometimes, to give an idea of which way the wind is blowing.  I'm also on stocktwits, the twitter service, because it's real time and let's you get a read on what opinions are out there.

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#5) On May 15, 2013 at 11:17 AM, drgroup (69.26) wrote:

Schwab's OP-Xpress. Great source with access to outside info....( includes those listed above)

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