7/13/17

I'm starting to be more interested in stocks and markets, and i was just wondering what you guys use when you want to find potential stocks to invest in, or look at updates for whats happening.

I mainly use Yahoo Finance, which is pretty good, but i'm hoping there's a better website you can recommend.

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7/13/17

Morningstar has decent data feeds. Everything else is expensive. BTW, You can run scripts in yahoo and really get decent analytics for estimates. If you're making a screener by industry, use S&P's categories.

7/13/17

Morning star is pretty good, I just had a look. They show what they think the under valued companies are, which is really useful

7/13/17

Business Insider, Fox News, Buzzfeed

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7/13/17

Buzzfeed has some really good stock articles about why males are oppressing every female based stock

7/13/17

twitter is good if you follow the right ppl

7/13/17
7/13/17

Check out FinViz:
FinViz News
FinViz Screener

Also use MorningStar, Google Finance, and sometimes Yahoo and SeekingAlpha.

7/14/17

finviz is really condensed and full of article names, it looks like a good site. My biggest problem with google and yahoo was that they are full of pictures, ads and random shit that doesnt let you scan everything quickly. Its more pictures than articles

7/13/17

elite daily
vox
CNN
chaturbate

7/14/17

I heard chaturbate has some hard to swallow articles

7/16/17
7/16/17

I just read the Michael Lewis book about myself. After that, I see my greatness in movie form. Those are the only sources I need.

7/16/17

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