Top Investment Sites 2024

Here is the ever increasing list of useful websites for investors. With the advent of AI, I expect to update this list periodically.

My Core Paid Subscriptions

These are the subscriptions I use frequently. I also subscribe to another dozen or so institutional services, but these are the ones I would recommend for retail and accredited investors.

  • Bloomberg – Hands down the best data and analysis of the major financial news sites. I put Bloomberg in a class by itself for the news, data and analysis. It really can’t be beat in my opinion. I read it almost every day. And, it’s cheap, around $200/year on special. A must have! If you only get one thing, get Bloomberg!
  • Barron’s, MarketWatch, Wall Street Journal & Investor’s Business Daily bundle: the Barron’s + WSJ + MarketWatch bundle offers a deep discount several times per year. It is absolutely worth it if you read a lot and want some added market resources. If you swing trade, then you want to add Investor’s Business Daily.
  • Seeking Alpha Premium* – they have added a lot of the tools I asked for the past few years. If you have used AAII in the past, Seeking Alpha Premium is now better. I use their screener every month to find companies to research. Buy it when it’s on special.
  • TradingView* – I use this daily. Sign-up for a free account to see my charts better. Includes a great learning section, ideas pieces and the best technical screener available in my opinion. The RSI screener will make make you money and cut your risk. TradingView is a must have imo.
  • OptionStrat* – I use the “Live Tools” (as seen in webinars), which is good for option selling, to visualize potential trades. Shows market volume, pricing, volatility and chance of profit. The “Live Flow” service is more robust for active swing traders.
  • FSInsight* – This is Tom Lee’s service directed at accredited investors, investment advisors, hedge funds and other institutional investors. I use this site almost daily and pass on a lot of information in my services. I am on board with probably 80% of what Tom has to say. If you manage a half million or more, this is probably something you want to drop the money on.
  • Forest For The Trees* – This is Luke Gromen’s service directed at accredited investors, investment advisors, hedge funds and other institutional investors. I read this site’s “Tree Rings” report every week and incorporate some of the ideas into my Macro Dashes pieces. I do not have the same general economic point of view as Luke, however, I find the information useful in my thinking process. If you manage a half million or more, this is probably something you want to drop the money on.

* means I get a teeny tiny affiliate fee on these.

Investment, Personal Finance & Economic

Some of these are free and some have a low cost subscription.

News Sites

All of these are considered centrist to within a step of centrist by Media Bias Fact Check. I don’t use any extreme websites as they are propaganda machines for making somebody money that’s not you.

Global & Institutions

U.S.

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