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The beauty of online investing is that, due to the advance of securities law and technology, so much is known about stock investing today. Some years ago, you had to order annual reports and wait for them to arrive in the mail. Quarterly financial data came in the mail weeks late. If you wanted charts of stock prices, you had to create them day after day by hand or pay an outrageous sum of money to specialist firms to send them. And if you wanted statistics revealing how a stock had performed in the past, forget it. Even if you could find data providers that held such statistics, you probably couldn't afford them. And information was typically far from timely.

Today almost any current data point you could think about a public company is available somewhere online. The key, then, is to determine which data or factors are important and pick you stock.

Stock Investor Pro's goal is to bring all the online information you need in one place, so you wouldn't need to waste your time on screening through online resources and concentrate on online investing by doing stock research and selecting your winning stocks.

5 Steps for Successful Online Investing

  1. Find stocks you are interested in using one of the predefined or custom screens from Stock Screener

  2. Do a Fundamental Analysis of the stock using techniques described on Stock Research page to make sure the stock you like has good fundamental value

  3. Run Technical Analysis tools from Stock Research page to see if it's a good time to buy the stock

  4. Find a good Stock Broker, which you would use to purchase stocks you found. Use our Stock Broker page for a quick comparison

  5. Repeat you Stock Research weekly or at least monthly to make sure that stocks you purchased still have a good value

 
Online Investing News
09/24/2018
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09/19/2018
As investors chase pot stocks rally, some show caution: 'This is just stupid time' - CNBC

CNBC

As investors chase pot stocks rally, some show caution: 'This is just stupid time'
CNBC
Cannabis-related names are soaring as companies and investors are clamoring to get exposure to the burgeoning marijuana-legalization trend. But many veteran traders and investors are cautious on buying pot stocks after the sector's surge, saying the ...
3 Lessons for Marijuana Stock Investors From the Bitcoin BustYahoo Finance
Will Aurora Cannabis Be The Next Marijuana Stock To Tap US InvestorsMotley Fool
Tilray stock slammed as cannabis sector finishes turbulent weekMarketWatch

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09/23/2018
Former Macquarie stock pickers hit the market for $378m fund float - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Former Macquarie stock pickers hit the market for $378m fund float
The Sydney Morning Herald
The idea of absolute return is to keep investors in positive territory by removing the influence of broader market forces - like the Australian dollar and China's heavy impact on the Australian stock market - and profiting from the investment team's ...

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08/27/2018
How the rich invest: the stocks catching Paul Little's attention - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

How the rich invest: the stocks catching Paul Little's attention
The Australian Financial Review
Former Toll Holdings boss Paul Little entered the billionaire ranks of the Financial Review Rich List in June thanks to growth of his Little Group real estate, aviation and investment business. Little made his fortune in Toll, which he built into a ...

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09/10/2018
How the rich invest: why Rod Jones isn't buying stocks and is selling property - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

How the rich invest: why Rod Jones isn't buying stocks and is selling property
The Australian Financial Review
Rich Lister Rod Jones founded one of the world's biggest educational groups, Navitas. He stepped down as CEO in June and is now an active investor through his family office Hoperidge Capital. But Mr Jones, with an estimated worth of $450 million, has ...

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