Sunday , 19 November 2017


5 Must-visit Investing Websites

If you want to be a successful investor, you need to know what you’re doing…To really figure out what’s going on in the markets, investors have to read, read and then read some more. Here are five of the best investing-related websites to get you started. Words: 900

So says Bryan Borzykowski (canadianliving.com) in edited excerpts from his original article*.

Lorimer Wilson, editor of www.FinancialArticleSummariesToday.com (A site for sore eyes and inquisitive minds) and www.munKNEE.com (Your Key to Making Money!) has edited ([ ]), abridged (…) and reformatted (some sub-titles and bold/italics emphases) the article below for the sake of clarity and brevity to ensure a fast and easy read. The report’s views and conclusions are unaltered and no personal comments have been included to maintain the integrity of the original article. Please note that this paragraph must be included in any article re-posting to avoid copyright infringement.

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Below are 4 sites chosen by Borzykowski with a 5th added by the editor of this site:

1. Morningstar
 
This Chicago-based investment research company is full of essential data on mutual funds, stocks, exchange-traded funds and more. Knowledgeable experts and analysts offer their opinions on every investing topic you can imagine, and users can build and then follow their portfolios using the site’s tools. If you opt for the premium service ($249.95 a year), you’ll get access to additional research and advice. Read both Morningstar.com and Morningstar.ca, which covers Canadian markets.
 
2. Globe Investor
 
You can’t call yourself an investor unless you read Globe Investor at least once a day. The website, run by the Globe and Mail, has a plethora of investment stories…,videos, blogs and columnists and tools to track your portfolio, too. Really serious investors might want to subscribe to GlobeInvestorGold for $159.99 a year to get extra features and insights.
 
3. Google Finance
 
All investors should have this site high up in their bookmarks. Google Finance’s home page offers a ton of news, market information, sector summaries and the top gainers and losers, but it’s the stock price charts that are really impressive. Type any company name into the search field and you’ll quickly see an interactive stock chart, company-specific news, a list of officers and directors and more. It’s a quick way to get vital information about various companies.
 
4. Investopedia
 
As its moniker suggests, Investopedia is an online encyclopedia about all things investing. Market newbies and veterans will find all sorts of information on stock strategies and investment ideas. There are full-length articles, but the best feature is the short descriptions of investment terms. Search “price-to-earnings ratio” or even “stock” or “bond” and you’re guaranteed to learn something new…
 
[5.  www.munKNEE.com  (Your Key to Making  Money!)

There are hundreds and hundreds of sites that post economic, financial and investment articles but, unfortunately, most of them are all about quantity of articles rather than the quality of them.  As such, if you are tired of spending hours each week surfing the net or even visiting your up-to-now favoutite financial site looking for articles that are extremely informative, relatively brief and very well-written then go no further than munKNEE.com. The editor of this site searches for the latest articles of substance  to be found on the internet each day and then presents them in an edited and abridged fashion to provide the reader with a fast and easy read. Also of major merit is the “Related Articles” section under each article that provides titles, introductory paragraphs and hyperlinks to such related articles to provide for as much additional insight into the topic of interest as you have time for without having to search elsewhere.]

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Conclusion

There are many, many other sites to look at, but start with these. Then simply do a Google search for “investing website” and see if what appears measures up against these five sites.

*http://yourmoney.ca/saving/5_must-read_investing_websites/a48a0a8a

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1. munKNEE.com’s Most Read Articles Week-ending November 26th, 2011

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You probably don’t have enough time during the past week much to surf the internet in search of informative and well-written articles on the health of the economies of the U.S., Canada and Europe; the on-going development of the world’s financial crisis and the various investment opportunities that present themselves related to commodities (gold and silver in particular) and the stock market – but don’t worry! – I have done it for you.

2. This Week’s BEST Financial Articles from munKNEE.com – Your Key to Making Money!

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Given the hectic lives most people lead these days there is not much time to surf the internet in search of informative and well-written articles on the health of the economies of the U.S., Canada and Europe; the development and implications of the world’s financial crisis and the various investment opportunities that present themselves related to commodities (gold and silver in particular) and the stock market. Not to worry! I have done it for you. I read hundreds of articles each day, select the best and post edited excerpt summaries on munKNEE.com – Your Key to Making Money. Below are introductory paragraphs and links to the top 10 for the week ending November 19th, 2011

*http://yourmoney.ca/saving/5_must-read_investing_websites/a48a0a8a