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Anyone got any recommendations on market news websites? and if they're worth paying for. MarketWatch seems to have some good articles but you have very limited access without a subscription. Any good free ones?

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On 12/11/2020 at 09:19, TFFX_ said:

I have been look at getting this - do you use it? If so, what are your thoughts? 

 

Yes, Best thing I have found in terms of data source. The Stockrank is well... Top Rank. It's easy for newbies they do all the hard work. 

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On 24/11/2020 at 10:17, TheGuru12 said:

Yes, Best thing I have found in terms of data source. The Stockrank is well... Top Rank. It's easy for newbies they do all the hard work

Great thanks for the response.

I have taken a 14 day trial and have been looking around and the site does have some great information. It has taken me a little bit of time to get used to, but I think once I'm more comfortable with it I will be able to incorporate into decisions. I will have a look tomorrow for the discount as I only have the UK market subscription. 

Great time to get Tradingview also. I upgraded my plan and saved 50%, plus a rally in cable has made it that little bit cheaper.... :)

 

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On 06/11/2020 at 09:26, u0362565 said:

Anyone got any recommendations on market news websites? and if they're worth paying for. MarketWatch seems to have some good articles but you have very limited access without a subscription. Any good free ones?

I've used SeekingAlpha, Barrons, the WSJ and FT in the past.

SeekingAlpha has well researched articles and it has opened up my eyes to companies I wouldn't have considered otherwise. However, some writers may own shares in the companies they cover, and you'd need to take that in mind when you read their writings.

I like that the WSJ and the FT tend to have longer form articles about certain companies or industries that wouldn't get coverage otherwise. If I had to chose one, I'd chose the WSJ. I found some of their recent articles on NIO, Wizz Air and Southwest Airlines very well written.

Barrons isn't bad either for daily news, although I find their articles often lacking in depth. However, I strongly recommend Barrons' StreetWise podcast, which you can listen to for free.

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Thanks for the suggestions. At the moment I'm wondering how much I need news sites. I'm just using technical analysis but it's always good to know events that are going to cause the markets to move beyond the norm. Seems to be a mixed bag of people who do rely on news and others that don't.

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