DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.

These are some of my favorite business websites. I check Bloomberg constantly and use Investopedia and MarketWatch almost daily. Google Finance and EDGAR are essential when I want to do some in-depth research. The FCIC website is a treasure trove of information and insight that I am working my way through like a great novel. 




If I ever come across a financial or business term I'm unfamiliar with, I go to Investopedia to look it up. They provide a brief definition and then give a more in-depth explanation and example. There is also a series of animated videos that explain the same terms in a more visually engaging way.








Bloomberg is my main source for current business news. I like it's international and economic focus. The design is very contemporary and they have some great infographics. You can also watch Bloomberg television from the website. They also have a great mobile site as well as awesome Blackberry and Windows phone apps.








Marketwatch is a stock market focused news and information website. It's front page is good for keeping up with the latest market news. I mostly use the company search and profiles. It also provides live quotes of stock prices (whereas most other sites have a 20 min. delay) as well as after hours and premarket prices and volume.






Google Finance


I mostly use Google Finance for it's historical charting of stock prices. It is very interactive and allows you too expand the time period you are looking at as well as scroll through back and forth through time. It's great for finding trends or if you missed a day's price changes.









The Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval system of the SEC (the US Securities and Exchange Commission) is a great resource for researching the SEC filings of public companies. You can look up and read the full text of quarterly 10-Q's and annual 10-K's as well as prospectuses and other filings. You can search by company name or ticker.




Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (FCIC)  


This website is a fantastic resource not only for information about the financial crisis of 2007 - 2010 but also for the financial system in general. There are many graphics, interviews and charts. I've mostly been listening to the interviews, which include some of the most important people in finance including Michael Burry, Janet Yellen, George Soros and Warren Buffet as well as many others.

DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.