Links to other useful investing web sites
There are endless sources of information on the web for investors. These are some of my favourites:
Monevator – A great blog about money: making, saving, growing, and sometimes even spending it.
Retirement Investing Today – A very thorough blog by an investor who follows the three-step strategy of Save Hard, Invest Wisely, Retire Early.
Unconstrained Thinking – A blog from the value-oriented fund managers at Allianz Global Investors.
Value Walk – ValueWalk is a news site with global reporters responsible for breaking the worldwide news on Finance, Business, Politics, Economy and Technology.
Which Investment Trust – WhichInvestmentTrust.com exists to inform, educate and perhaps entertain on the subject of Investment Trusts & related issues around investing.
Barron’s Online Subscription – Subscribe now for only $1 a week for 26 weeks.
Harriman Intelligence – From book publisher Harriman House, this site contains articles written by a range of its authors, covering topics such as business, economics and investing.
Investor’s Chronicle – Probably the leading UK weekly magazine for investors.
Investor Soiree – A new site which aims to aggregate news and blogs from the UK investment universe. Part of the “soiree” network including AIM Soiree, LSE Soiree and GOLD Soiree.
Master Investor Magazine – A free monthly magazine for UK investors.
MoneyWeek – The UK’s best-selling financial magazine.
Motley Fool – A light-hearted site with many topical articles on investing. Includes active forums.
Shares Magazine – Another leading magazine for UK private investors.
Stock market almanac – Website for the book. Posts interesting factoids about the stock market.
Investment tools & information
Broker Compare – Compare online brokers and platforms.
InvestEgate – An excellent source of RNS (regulatory news service) releases going back up to 10 years (i.e. annual results, interim management statements, takeover talks and other company specific news).
MorningStar – Lots of news, videos, articles and tools for investors in shares and funds.
ShareScope and SharePad – Very popular trading and investing software which I use for company data and to track the UKVI model portfolio. If you sign up after clicking on that link you’ll be eligible for one free month.
Stockopedia – A leading stock screening site with many advanced features. Has an active discussions area.
Discussion and networking with other investors