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Oct 6, 2009 9:19 am

My B/D charges almost a couple hundered a month for Reuters which I don't use very much.  Looking for cheaper options on the web.  I came up with www.freestockcharts.com which is pretty good for charting, portfolio watch's etc.  I was wondering what everyelse may use?

Oct 6, 2009 10:29 am

BigCharts.marketwatch.com if you are looking for trend charting, etc.


For relatively simple charting, Yahoo Finance is pretty good.
Oct 7, 2009 11:47 pm

I have used Telechart 2000 (from the Worden Brothers out of Durham, NC) for years. This is their product. If you spend some time with it you will discover that it is very powerful. There are many things you can have it do beyond just charting a stock. I agree with the first post. This service is the type that you usually have to pay for. I was shocked when I discovered they made available...for free.

Oct 11, 2009 7:06 pm
Ferris Bueller:
mlgone:

My B/D charges almost a couple hundered a month for Reuters which I don't use very much.  Looking for cheaper options on the web.  I came up with www.freestockcharts.com which is pretty good for charting, portfolio watch's etc.  I was wondering what everyelse may use?





lemonparty.org has good charts



Holy s***. So glad I didn't try to look at that on a work computer. Now off to bleach my eyes...

Oct 12, 2009 4:42 pm

I like this one:  www.armorgames.com

 
Learn to Fly is a ton of fun...and it works on your Jones desktop.  At least that's what the FA up the street from me said. 
Oct 12, 2009 8:17 pm

Any websites that allow you to backtest MF and/or ETF portfolios?

Oct 15, 2009 5:46 pm

I actually found a way to use Morningstars "premium" site to plug in a portfolio (MF's Stocks, ETF's, whatever) and then look at performance pretty much as far back as the funds go. Its the Premium service, not the expensive stuff. Cost is $175 a YEAR.

Oct 15, 2009 8:58 pm

ok great links except that lemon  

Nov 21, 2009 11:23 am

Good ideas here, thanks!

Nov 21, 2009 2:15 pm

also, take a look at the advisor sites provided by the fund's.

ie Blackrock, Fidelity Advisor's, Ja***, and First Trust come to mind for being very good.