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- MorningStar M*Allowing you to compare multiple stocks, this site is excellent for individual stock analysis. Click on the Stock Grader and it has directions to follow on how to use this great tool.
- Money NetHere you can track multiple portfolios. The best perk about this site is Real Time Quotes, done by streaming media.
- Individual InvestorThe site has a bizaree following. Everyday this site posts a Stock of the Day, which 9 times out of 10 does well for that day if not longer.
- BarchartThe best free technical site on the web. Not only does it give you every calculation and chart imaginable, but it has great explanations that follow.
- Dorsey & WrightThe best subscripition technical site. They boost to have the best results out of any technical site only catch is it is 34.99 a month. However, you can subscribe for a free trial which is worth it. And when that is done, use the DWU to learn everything you can to use technical analysis to your advantage.
- Investor's Business DailyIf you ever contimplated buying an investing newspaper this is the premium. But if you cannot afford it heres the next best thing.
- Yahoo! FinanceTracking is made simple. Unlimited amount of portfolios you can track at once. This site alos has email alerts which are great for people who cannot watch their personal finance all day.
- CNBCGreat start site for anyone. However they cover the whole market so it is hard sometimes to get details.
- NasdaqIf you want to fine 10 quotes immediately and walk away? Look no further. Nasdaq allows you to type in multiple quotes and receive their day history simultaneously.
- NYSEBasically same sites as Nasdaq, but here obviously you focus on the New York Stock Exchange.
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