- 1 Market Insight Websites
- 1.1 Market Commentaries
- 1.2 Real Time Information Streams
- 1.3 Forex
- 1.4 MACRO - Near Real Time Information
- 1.5 Analyst Ratings
- 1.6 Hedgefunds Letters
- 1.7 Mainstream financial press
- 1.8 Stock Setups (technical analysis)
- 1.9 Search Company Finance Applications
- 1.10 Resources
- 1.11 Market Discussion Forums
- 1.12 Market Overview Analysis
- 1.13 Quant
- 1.14 Software packages
- 1.15 Portfolio Management
- 1.16 Chart/Tech
- 1.17 Poor Mans Bloomberg Terminal
- 1.18 Great Links from Reddit /r/finance
Market Insight Websites
ZeroHedge Aggregator http://financial.collected.info/
Real Time Information Streams
Forex Infographics http://fxtrade.oanda.com/analysis/infographics/
MACRO - Near Real Time Information
http://www.hedgetracker.com/ Market Calendars
Mainstream financial press
Stock Setups (technical analysis)
Search Company Finance Applications
Currency Market Info
Investment Bank Analyses
links to sources with investment bank analyses Finance Mavericks
Warren Buffet George Soros Hugh Henry Jim Rogers
Free Economist - http://avaxsearch.com/avaxhome_search?q=economist&commit=Go
Free Le Monde Diplomatique - http://avaxsearch.com/avaxhome_search?q=le+monde&a=&exact=1&commit=Search&c=&l=&sort_by=date_desc
Market Discussion Forums
Market Overview Analysis
The Big Picture
Market Overview Analysis
Obvious one i really like the new look, only five years worth of data for free, but premium membership is not that pricey and they really pack alot of the financial ratios in easy to find places. This is were I hangout most for quant data.
Schiller share his historical data
I am sure your aware of Jae Jun spreadsheet but didn't see it mentioned.
Amazing value investor spreadsheet tool.
Best value priced software, for portfolio management, reports, tax reports, rate of returns and data is pulled from your brokers.
way to many features to even learn with out dedicating some serious time very powerful.
I used to be a Worden Bro telechart user back in the late 90's and was stoked to find they offer a free version that runs in a browser real-time. Hands down the best charting software speedy and clean.
Taking Stock w/ Pim Fox Podcast
Google Reader for RSS Feeds
Here is my dream tool yet to find
Portfolio and Watchlist tracking tool with historical notation capability. So far morningstar has something but too many clicks.
I love google finance for speed and cleanliness but they need a few more features. I am using google finance for my watchlist/hunt list tracking and my quick overview of market status.
Also, I am looking for a real time news feed, that is updated live across multiple sources financial focused and ability to add filters like for stocks or industries. any recs?
Best of luck on the venture.
Poor Mans Bloomberg Terminal
Great Links from Reddit /r/finance
http://www.wallstreetoasis.com/ http://www.mergersandinquisitions.com/ http://pages.stern.nyu.edu/~adamodar/ http://www.reddit.com/r/finance/comments/dqu1u/financial_modeling/ http://www.thestreet.com/ http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/ http://theallnighter.blogspot.com/ http://www.qfinance.com/ http://www.macabacus.com/ http://www.bloomberg.com/ http://www.finviz.com/ http://www.pehub.com / http://www.exinfm.com/free_spreadsheets.html http://ontigio.com/