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    Default Good Free Stes for stock Research

    On my list are: Finviz--I look daily and instantly from their charts can usually tell whether I'm positive or negative for that day. Chartmill--great research tools. You get free credits each month or can pay a fee. The Dividend Channel- look up any stock. It will tell you current div. payout, along with ex-dividend dates and past history going back many years. Big Charts-look up most stocks. Set chart time periods from 1 day to decades.

    Please list some that you use.

    -----------------billy

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    On my list are: Finviz--I look daily and instantly from their charts can usually tell whether I'm positive or negative for that day. Chartmill--great research tools. You get free credits each month or can pay a fee. The Dividend Channel- look up any stock. It will tell you current div. payout, along with ex-dividend dates and past history going back many years. Big Charts-look up most stocks. Set chart time periods from 1 day to decades.

    Please list some that you use.

    -----------------billy
    Yahoo! and Google usually are what I use for stock quotes and tracking. I like Yahoo! because I keep all my trades tracked in the stock lists, and it's kept them saved for free for years.

    I also like the 'Thinkorswim' platform that TDAmeritrade gives you with your account, for detailed charts and live quotes. However, I don't use it that much, because Yahoo! works for me well enough.

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