Current Financial News
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The New York Stock Exchange
This is the site for the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Also known as the "Big Board", the New York Stock Exchange is the most prominent equities marketplace on the face of the earth. The activities that take place here often dictate how the balance of the world's markets will react.
The NASDAQ Stock Exchange
The "Tech" exchange. The NASDAQ has developed from a second tier exchange into the most innovative, creative, and fast growing market. The home of the vast majority of Silicon Valley's progeny, the NASDAQ contains most of the "tech" stocks and many of the newer issues that don't conform to the more traditional NYSE guidelines.
American Stock Exchange
The "AMEX", known as the west coast exchange, is now housed on the east coast! An interesting combination of communications issues, energy stocks, and many international equities have found a home here. Their co-site,
AmexTrader, is a useful way to obtain "AMEX" trading information.
The Chicago Board of Trade
The Chicago Board of Trade is a futures exchange in which contracts are bought and sold as opposed to equities exchanges in which equity interests in companies are traded. Futures contracts in commodities related to insurance, agriculture, finance, electricity, and equities are negotiated and purchased under the aegis of the Chicago Board of Trade. The exchange differs from the
Chicago Mercantile Exchange in that CBOT provides a forum to trade U.S.Treasury Bond Futures Contracts and other U.S. Treasury instruments.
Chicago Mercantile Exchange
Chicago Mercantile Exchange is an international marketplace that brings together buyers and sellers of derivatives products. The Exchange offers futures and options on futures in four basic product areas: interest rates, stock indexes, foreign exchange and commodities. CME makes markets in agriculture, industry, finance, and technology. Trading futures contracts is an effective way of mitigating risk in business.
synonymous with financial news. This international organization has its finger on the pulse of every breaking financial headline.
Breaking business news from the world's leading companies and organizations. Conference calls, industry specific news, international headlines, trade shows, mergers and acquisitions, and management changes are all covered in full, and in real time!
The Wall Street Journal
The most prominent and successful financial daily in history. The majority of investors that are aware of particular financial story learned about it from the Wall Street Journal! The WSJ has an interesting pop-up window called a Business Box that can stay active on your desktop throughout the day, providing updated market data and breaking-news headlines with links to full articles from WSJ.com. To launch your BusinessBox now,
The Wall Street Transcript
The Wall Street Transcript interviews Wall Street professionals and corporate leaders, which brings the views of stock market insiders to the reader. Their question and answer format allows their readers to understand and interpret the meaning of an analyst's or CEO's comments for themselves. The Wall Street Transcript covers all the major market sectors.
The paragon of financial magazines. Summaries of all the latest financial news, relevant editorial comment, and professional analysis are Business Week's forte.
Wall Street Research Network (WSRN)
A complete financial site with an emphasis on research. Investigate IPOs, cash flow and balance sheet data, stock screening, earnings reports and much more.
MarketWatch is an authoritative well-rounded financial web site with the advantage of having a vast news resource to draw on.
Multex is one of the top financial research resources on the internet. Their contributors include Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, US. Bancorp Piper Jaffray, Wedbush Morgan, and other heavyweights.
Briefing.com is a unique site designed for active investors seeking live analysis on today's market, with hundreds of updates each day.
Wall Street City
One of the finest financial "SuperSites" on the internet. Charts, portfolio tracking, markets, news, advisors, stocks, options, funds, and an interactive ticker round out this extremely comprehensive resource.
The Silicon Investor
A complete financial web site for investors. SI carries a well organized set of investing tools, good market analysis, and one of the best message boards on the internet.
If you cannot afford to bridge the "20 minute delay" inherent in most portfolio information sites on the internet, this is for you. Freerealtime.com gives you up to the minute "real time" quotes. Its available free of charge.
A remarkably comprehensive financial web site. If you manage to find something that they don't have (not likely), they tell you where or how you can find it.
Get the "low-down" on every company and corporation. Company financials, earnings histories and projections, market
capitalization, and current news are available for your corporate research needs.
Every corporation must file certain documentation with the Security and Exchange Commission by law. All of those legally mandated filings are available here at no cost to you.
An independent financial
super site offering research that's not influenced by brokerage relationships. Everything you need to check a company, a sector, or the whole market.
Whether you are a financial technician whose prognostications rely upon diagnosing the technical charts of a company or you just like watching the ascending and descending stock graph roller coaster, you'll find this site rewarding. Check the hourly, daily, weekly, monthly,
annually and multi-annually drawn charts of your favorite equities.
Morningstar is the most popular publication addressing Mutual Funds. This site allows you to analyze a funds composition, review its history, and check its progress. Their ratings of individual funds, fund categories, and the fund market in general are followed by every analyst.
Pink Sheets is a leading provider of pricing and financial information for the over-the-counter (OTC) securities markets. They increase the transparency of information available in the OTC markets so as to make them more efficient for all participants.