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Pwishik1
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Top 10 personal investment Blogs/Newsletters/Sites/Magazines - GO


Need yall's help, compiling a list of 10 great pubs for personal investing and it's totally out of my league.

Gracias!







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Pwishik1
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I appreciate any help yall can give me Money Talk. I don't know what's legit out there and what's garbage.


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JL
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I'm not a finance person, but used to read Kiplinger on flights, not sure how legit it is.





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rmc
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I had a gift subscription to Forbes. I actually need to get someone to gift me another subscription or actually pay for one. Kiplinger seems to be popular.





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TheHiddenFlask
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Zerohedge Twitter is a solid newsfeed.





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acgeaux129
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I second zerohedge.

Also qz.com is a cool new concept.






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RetiredG8tr
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Buy you some IBD....it pays for itself. Remember, magazines have a lead time..30-90 day old news is worthless. Buy a Barrons every week....I still say IBD is the way to go for print material. Their website prints the next days paper at 18:00. Great info, plus other useful tools.

Good Luck.....






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matthew25
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I start with MSN webpage and click on the "DOW' symbol under market update. It's clear and clean for me.

Then WSJ for "Marketwatch."

If I'm researching mutual funds, I go to US News & World Report - Money page. It shows the funds ratings by 5 sources: Morningstar, Lipper, Zacks, S&P and The Street.

The Street.

I'll also go to Yahoo Finance, Fox Business, CNN Money.






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Hand
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1. WSJ
2. CNBC/Bloomberg
3. Kiplinger/Smartmoney/Barron's
4. Economist
5. Abnormal Returns
6. The Aleph Blog/Research Puzzle
7. Calculated Risk/Pragmatic Capitalism/Zerohedge
8. IndexUniverse/Morningstar/PIMCO
9. Stocktwits/Seeking Alpha (user generated content so have a healthy dose of skepticism)
10. Felix Salmon/FT Alphaville
11. Hedge Fund Investor Letters (if you can find them)

I don't know what you are looking for. Start off with 1-3.






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BennyAndTheInkJets
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Not a top 10 but this is a list me and a friend made. Comments are a mixture of his and mine.

General Finance/Economics
LINK / A number of commentators with diverse areas of expertise/interest. Probably the first thing I read when I have spare time.
LINK / Very diverse subjects. Author does not hail from a certain school, so refreshing take on topics.
LINK / Roubini et al. Also very good. Some overlap with a Fistful of Euros
LINK / Nice clean charts – much like calculated risk (but maybe less repetitive)
LINK / Pretty quanty. Haven’t read as much lately.
LINK The Economist’s economics blog
LINK / - KNOW THE CONTEXT. Great information but understand they are always bearish.
LINK / - Wall Street tabloid, If you want a quick laugh
LINK / - Beyond Brics
LINK - One of my favorites. Nanex, massive research of equity platforms. They did the original flash crash analysis and they find trading algos in the market. I'm still trying to teach myself stuff from this.
LINK / - Planet Money
LINK / - Freakonomics
LINK / - The Big Picture
LINK / - Calculated Risk
LINK / - Good conglomerate of various market news
LINK / - Same thing as above but for politics, I don't read it often though because I hate politics.

Blogs Written by People Who are Running Money
LINK / Written by a team of (3?) global macro hedge fund managers who spell out their thoughts on global macro. Comment string includes at least one other global macro punter, along with research analysts, PMs etc
LINK / Written by another macro punter. Daily synopsis with occasional value-add commentary.
LINK / Cullen Roche is a big MMT guy. Don’t read this as much these days because I feel like I have absorbed about as much as MMT has to offer...
LINK / UK bond managers (M&G Investments). Nothing too ground-breaking here, but worth a read.
LINK John Hempton is an Australian hedge fund manager who shorts a lot of Chinese stocks. Occasionally he speaks truth to other industries and the guy has an unreal grasp of bottom-up analysis.
LINK / Name pretty much sums it up. 50% of posts are too specific, but the rest are worth their weight in gold.

Central Banks
LINK - The Fed's Permanent Open Market Operations
LINK - ECB's Open Market Operations
LINK / - Fed's main website, the best stuff is in the lower right corner (H.15, H.4.1, Z1, and CP reports. I used this before I had access to Bloomberg).

China
LINK / Professor of econ at some uni in China. Blogs about Chinese economy. Great primary resource.
LINK / Michael Pettis is another professor of econ at some uni in China. Formerly head of Bear Stearns’ EM team (when it was a respectable institution). Wrote The Volatility Machine. Between Pettis and Chovanec, I don’t read much else on China.
LINK / I guess this is the exception on China. Author is also quite bearish. Looks at most Chinese data reporting in a decent level of detail.

Europe
LINK Great European economic analysis. Long articles but worth your while.



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Pwishik1
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Yall are awesome. Thanks a ton.





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Breadcrumbs
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this is totally different than the other suggestions, but I'm a Dave Ramsey fan. solid advice on all his stuff for the average joe starting out building wealth.





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GFunk
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Breadcrumbs


Been listening to his Entreleadership podcast the past few weeks in the mornings while getting dressed in the morning, and then try to listen to his show on my way in.

He gives you some really common sense advice. The entreleadership podcast would appeal to business owners and middle-upper-management types. Again, common sense stuff and interviews with lots of authors and successful folks.






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