Useful Websites

The key to good investing is having the right kind of information at your fingertips. That’s whether it’s stock research, reliable news sources or good economic calendars to keep your finger on the pulse of the market. Here is a list of great websites which can help you on your journey.

 

Seeking Alpha

  • Stock research

Seeking Alpha offers many services but one of the best services on this website is the authors and opinions of other investors.

Here you’ll find many authors giving detailed reviews on companies, whether they are bullish or bearish on the company (going up or down), alongside this you can find comments from other investors giving their two cents. Though this kind of content you should take with a pinch of salt and do your own research, it offers a great way to get more of insight into a company you may be searching for.

If you are researching specific stocks, then Seeking Alpha gives you easy-to-read scores/grades for factors such as valuation, growth, profitability, momentum and revisions. While these scores are great for a quick glance, they also offer in-depth data on specific companies.

Interested in how your portfolio performs? You can also create your portfolio on the Seeking Alpha website and easily track your portfolio from the computer, tablet or phone.

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Sign up here for Seeking Alpha.

Simply Wall St

  • Stock research

Simply Wall St offers many great services from screeners to help you narrow down the broad market to news on the stocks held within your portfolio. You can recreate your portfolio on the website and track its performance over a 7-day period and a 1-year period from a glimpse on the home page.

It also displays the top gainers & losers of stocks and industries over a 7-day period to a 5-year period.

Easily create a watchlist to keep track of any interesting companies so you don’t lose out when an opportunity arises. A great feature of the watch list is that you can view or even edit the fair value you set for a company and have live feedback of the company’s current price to the fair value set, making sure you make the most of your money.

Interested in how your portfolio performs? You can also create your portfolio on the Seeking Alpha website and easily track your portfolio from the computer, tablet or phone.

Sign up here for Simply Wall St.

Daily Upside

  • Newsletter

While not a website, the Daily Upside is a fantastic newsletter which is sent to your email.

Each day you will receive an email with 3 or more small news articles, within the email, which you can browse at your leisure with in-depth knowledge of each topic. While these news articles are not stock-specific they give you an in-depth analysis of current situations going on around the world, which may affect you, giving you more knowledge of potential effects on your portfolio and stocks within it.

These emails give you the most important and engaging news stories in business and all for free from the perspective written by a former investment banker.

Sign up here for The Daily Upside email.

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Finviz

  • Stock Screener

When you get into picking individual stocks you create a list of the types of fundamentals you like to see from a stock. Finviz makes it easy for you to search as you can input these characteristics you like to see and the screener will search out stocks specific to your requirements.

Choosing large cap or small cap, UK or US or looking for stocks which pay out some kind of dividend, maybe from a specific sector this is the site which can help you narrow your list down faster.

Click here to go to the Finviz stock screener

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