February 17, 2004
This is an alternative version of Dow Jones fee-based online site.
This site allows you to establish your own portfolio trakker,
provides hourly stock updates, business news and the regular gamut
of available information. It also provides sites where you can
calculate how much of a home you can afford, types of mortgages,
what age you will be able to retire at, etc.
The Motley Fool
From first time investors to novices, no question is too basic
or too advanced for these fools. Provides information on how to
start investing, how to maximize returns, and how to pick a stock.
Get the latest news on markets and money. You can even register
for free online investing classes at Bloomberg University.
Easy to use site that gives real time and historical quotes as
well as market news. Easy for beginner, advanced enough for pros.
Provides great links to other resources.
Investing glossary that will explain in "English" the meaning
of some commonly used investment terms. Library consists of over
5000 terms. Also provides access to "Investorville" and a free
answer center where investors can ask questions via e-mail.
Website of Minnesota Public Radio's "Sound Money" radio call in
show. Good resource for money saving tips, investment analysis
and advice. You can research articles and advice from planning
for retirement to paying for college. All explained in real world
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More interesting sites you might want to try.
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