Invest like a Boss - Best investment sites

Everyone has a dream to invest their money at such a place from where he or she can get a return. Either he is from a middle-class family or high class. But they mostly stop themselves before investing anywhere because it is too risky for the middle-class family. Buying stocks in big companies is not easy for them. No one knows what is going to happen next but what experts do is predict the market and let investors invest in a suitable company.

 

The sites which we are going to list and discuss are reputed and established firms. They use their knowledge and skill to advice others to where invest. These companies have good results.

Note: Investing is your own personal decision.

          We don't advice to invest where. Bellows are just a list of sites.

         Always do your own research before investing anywhere.

 

1. Motley Fool Stock Advisor (https://www.fool.com/): Don't go on the name. Motley started in 2002 by brothers David and Tom Gardner. 

It’s a generalization to be sure, but David swings for the fences. He’s willing to take the occasional stumble, so long as his total portfolio is up. Tom, on the other hand, never wants to see one of his stocks down 20% or 30%. He prefers to score runs consistently through constant base hits; David’s more about home runs. You may be somewhere in between. That’s why it’s important that you pick your investments on a stock-by-stock basis, just like we do.

Motley has a good record in their field. Their some most positive recommended investments are Netflix (15,599%) in 2004, Disney (5794%) in 2002 and Tesla (728%) in 2011.

 

2. Investopedia: Best site for beginners. They have provided a good and educational tutorial. Even if you search on google something about the investment you may find their sites mostly. They also allow to let you know how they work just before using your own real money.

Investopedia has good numbers of video courses from where you can learn more about investments.

3. Yahoo! Finance https://finance.yahoo.com/: What else you want for free. Yahoo Finance is the best place to get to know more about investment and suggestion regarding investment for free. They only charge for viewing companies report and every other thing are free for all.

4. Morning star https://www.morningstar.com/ : buy a premium subscription for 189$ per year and access the Morning Star rating and detailed analysis for your investment. You can find free articles on their site which may help you to boost your learning idea on where and how to invest.

5. Wall Street Journal https://www.wsj.com : If you are a newspaper reader then you must know about the Wall Street Journal. This company is here for the last many decades. Their online site provides deep information on investment. This is one of the best sites to grab information regarding investment. 

 

 

Published on: 3/27/19, 2:18 AM
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