All Investing Resources in ONE Place
I’ve created this page to share with you all my investing resources. This is my dividend growth kit I use on a daily basis to analyse stock, produce content and manage my portfolio. I’ve been using many tools throughout my investing journey and I keep this list updated. Therefore, you will find the best tools in down. But first, your dividend growth kit starts with the following freebies:
- A list of my favorite stocks per sector
- A quarterly updated Dividend Achievers list
- A list of potential candidates for your retirement account (higher yield)
All you have to do is add your name and email address to download your kit:
Please note that while most of them are free, some websites charge membership fees. I personally pay for some of them to save time and get more data easily.
Top 10 Dividend Blogs
I love reading investing blogs because they feed me on a daily basis with high quality information on stocks, the market or even about a great way of living. I’m lucky enough to have found like-minded individuals who share my passion for investing. Here is my favorite dividend investing blogs:
One of the first dividend blogs I started reading and probably among the oldest dividend blogs (besides this one! Hahaha). What I really like about DGI is that he has a very solid investing philosophy and doesn’t trade lightly. His decisions are based on sound reasoning.
Ben and I share several things in common starting with our investing style and dividend growth investing process. This is probably the blogger that has the most investing similarities with me. I like his clean design and also appreciate that he is offering a paid service like me as a sideline ;-).
These two kids (Lanny & Bert) are amazing. What surprises me the most is how much they sacrifice to save and invest their money to reach financial independence. I’ll never reach their level of savings and they are a source of inspiration.
#4 Div Grow
What I like about FerdiS is the fact that he is not only publishing his holdings but also his returns. It is one thing to invest, but it’s another to post your results!
Matt used to be the author of the Dividend Monk; a very serious analytical dividend blog. His readers appreciate his well-detailed analysis. I must tell you; I bought the Dividend Monk last month. But I intend to keep-up with his writing style. Therefore, there is a big difference between this blog and mine even though it’s now the same author. The more analytical investor will appreciate this special touch. More on that later as we are still in the process of transferring!
He might not even know it, but Keith and I share lots of things in common too. His interest for travelling made him visit 34 different countries so far. My list is limited to 12, but I’ll add 8 more in 2016-2017. He is also an internet entrepreneur (and I’m an internet entrepreneur wannabe!).
#7 Dividend Earner *Canadian*
Eric is another engineer who’s passionate for dividend stocks. He’s one of the strongest Canadian dividend investors I know. His secret? Like myself, he follows a strong investing process to manage his portfolio. I like the fact he publishes lots of Canadian content and his has a very good free newsletter too.
Follow this early 30’s Korean building his wealth through his investing journey in Toronto. We share a lots of things in common such as our passion for red wine, healthy food and BBQ along with getting inspired by successful people.
Top 9 Free Investing Sites
Investing blogs are fun to read and follow, but serious investors must also find more “serious” information from other sources. This is why I use the following free sites for my stock research. I don’t use more than 8 sites, that’s enough for me!
Seeking Alpha is definitely my first stop for reading articles in the morning. Each time I want to learn more about a company, I hit SA and look for the ticker. Since SA publishes articles across the web, verifying the source is very important. However, it is pretty rare they post a poor article!
I actually use a paid membership at Ycharts, but they offer a free service as well (with less data). I take all my data from this site and use their graphs as they are clean and easy to understand.
#3 Motley Fool
Similar to Seeking Alpha, I like reading their articles before I dig deeper into a particular stock. They are sometimes a bit salesy but everybody has to make a living (I do the same thing too from time to time anyways).
Not the best looking site, but probably the most amazing dividend website as a source of information. Everything is there from stock lists to excel spreadsheets to help you calculate.
#5 Fin Viz
If you are unwilling to pay for complete data from a website such as Ycharts, FinViz is probably your best bet to use a good and FREE stock screener. I started my investing research with this screener a while ago before moving to paid services.
I’ve built my portfolio in Google Finance to get the results and rapid return at the glance of an eye. It’s a great source of info when you are looking for news on a specific stock.
As a complement to Google Finance, I use the Bloomberg App on my phone and iPad.
I like Reuters for company descriptions and the fact that they post news and results compared to analysts’ estimates. Their information is easy to find and use.
They offer a free and paid version of technical analysis on every stock in the market. They provides candlestick graphs and trade score.
Top 5 Paid Resources
Ahhhh.. paid resources. Why would you pay when there is so much free information on the internet? Right? Well, I’m the first guy to pay in order to save time and gain productivity. This is why I paid, and I think this is why people should pay too!
I use the professional plan. I need it to manage my portfolio, write on my dividend sites AND run my paid service. This is my favorite source of data.
This is my own investing service. This is more than a simple investing newsletter. Dividend Stocks Rock has been created to provide powerful tools for investors ready to take control of their portfolio. Learn how to become your own portfolio manager and save thousands in management fees.
If you are a more analytical investor, you will truly enjoy the Dividend Monk Toolkit. That’s a 200+ page to guide you through dividend investing with excel spreadsheets to support your own stock analysis.
As you can see, this is not an exhaustive list, I’m pretty sure you have your own resources. Now I think it’s your time to share with me! I’m looking forward to discover your favorite investing sites!