Jerry Matson from CA posted about 1 year ago:

Two I like and use are: http://www.stoxline.com/

and http://finviz.com/


Richard Foley from MA posted about 1 year ago:

I have been exploring "StockRover".com lately and like it a lot. Have you tried it? What is your evaluation?
Dick F.

Paul Senior from CA posted about 1 year ago:

For "Best of the Net rating to...a site... that provides investment information or service that, in MY view, is both useful and substantial to individual investors and available either for free or for a reasonable price is: SiliconInvestor.com

I never see this site mentioned. Too bad. Over the years, some of the guys on some of the value and dividend threads on the site really have been able to make great arguments for what turned out to be very profitable stock picks and/or dividend plays. The site's a great resource for ideas.

R Curry from CA posted about 1 year ago:

finviz.com is the tops in the "stock data" category because of the large amount of data available, both fundamental and technical. Because you can screen on all these, it should be the top free web based screener too. Search for "Best stock screener" and see what always get top marks: finviz.com

P Ney from Tex posted about 1 month ago:

For a guy like me the new 'best of the Web' is pretty much useless. Surprisingly but rarely do any of any of these so called Best of Lists try to determine where the best company fundamental data can be obtained. It's like no one realizes or cares that there are some of us out there who still like to do our own research and make our own decisions from the raw company date.
Numbers before they have been sliced and diced by computer programs written by persons who wouldn't know a good deal if it bit them in the you know what.

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