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Best Sites to Research Stocks?

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10/06/2021 - 20:46

I am trying to improve my DD skills instead of relying on WallStreetBets to make my stock decisions. I have heard that FinViz is a good stock tracking site, as well as Seeking Alpha and Yahoo Finance as well. Are there any other stock trading sites that I can tap into as extra resources to better educate myself with stocks? I've found that WSB is infiltrated with bots, and I took a minor loss by going with their recommendations. No more WSB for me, I learned my lesson. Now, I want to change the way I research stocks, your help would be much appreciated!   submitted by   /u/FleetwoodMackin [link]   [comments]


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    TLDR: We can all agree Motley Fool's advertising is shit, but Academic Research seems to suggest their track record holds up to scrutiny. They focus on smaller stocks and holding them, which can be replicated, though research is difficult for some smaller companies. It seems to be a recurring discussion theme which /r/stocks visits, and everytime people who've never had anything to do with Motley Fool, and have never looked past their shitty clickbait ads always make claims like Motley Fool is as good as flushing your money down a sink. Or Motley Fool is a scam. Now disclosure, I've never used their premium service, but I wanted to go beyond what potato123 on /r/stocks claims, and decided to do a cursory search on it. Turns out there's a research paper comparing the Fool's performance to the S&P 500. The main findings from it can be summarized as below: Average Monthly Returns from 2002-2016: Motley Fool Picks: 1.13% Picks based on IBES recommendations: 1.21% S&P 500: 0.48% So while the fool doubled the S&P500, it was beaten by IBES recommendations (which most people should be able to access through their broker (atleast you can here in Australia)). They tend to pick a lot more smaller market caps though, which is why the IBES recommended matched portfolio comes out similar, since holding larger companies has underperformed finding smallcaps and holding them long. In summary, Motley Fool does seem to be good at identifying the ones outside the mainstream, but if you have the background/experience, you may be able to get similar outperformance when investing in smallcaps and holding. The hurdle ofcourse is finding these, and having the research into them.   submitted by   /u/RETAW57 [link]   [comments]
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  48. Green investing (30/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hey everyone! I have been looking into investing in the green/carbon neutral industry and i have actually struggled to find some proper stocks or ETFs that are actually sustainable. The stocks that I did stumble on are nano stocks such as DGB Group NV (ticker:DGB), in which I have actually done a bit of research, it was more interesting than I expected, might post more about it later on :) But, more generally I was wondering if anybody share this experience of struggling to find actual sustainable stocks or ETFs?   submitted by   /u/IustinianusMO [link]   [comments]
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  49. SeekingAlpha and other stock info sights? (14/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I signed up for the free trial at SerkingAlpha and it's pretty nice, they send me a daily news brief on the stocks I own. Before I drop the cash for their premium membership ($19.95/mo), do y'all have any experience with any other websites? What are your preferred sites? Thanks in advance!   submitted by   /u/thegenericchen [link]   [comments]
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