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It's not site that I frequent every day, but do check it out from time to time. Overall ES provides a lot of valuable market commentary. If I have to choose between the Evil Speculator and Slope of Hope, I'd go with the latter.
Definitely a site worth checking out. They seem to be generally concerned with helping traders out. Looks like they are big into selling their courses, but you can still find useful free information there.
The one cute part about this site is the name and the way they present the information. Stock roach is pretty funny (especially to a guy in the pest control field), but I see little use for their site. Maybe it would be better if I was in the penny stock game but since I am not I don't get any value from this site. Seems like they are just another site trying to sell you something.
TDA is one of the bigger brokerages out there. Their buy out of ThinkorSwim really put their software as #1 in my opinion. The order execution isn't the best. Their shares to borrow are about the same as the other big names. There are some things they could do better but that would be nit picking.
I consider this movie much better than any thing the Wall Street movies have produced. Wall Street always had a little too much hype, especially with Charlie Sheen in it. This one, has the big actors, but they really try to replicate the fraud that was abundant during the 2008 financial meltdown. I'll be watching it again soon that's for sure.
I enjoy Cramer, as I think he has a lot to offer, and experience over the really comes through in his tweets. As a person who likes to dabble-dabble in multiyear investing, he has kept me out of some really bad ones had I not gotten his timely tweets
pretty good compared to what else is offered out there. very similar to thinkorswim and their platform (they own them too) so they share a lot of similarities. if you like TOS you'll like TD
I used to like vector vest for all their trading tools, but now, you can find the same stuff from other companies and many of which give it away 4 free. I like free better and VV isnt free.
If you want someone to breakup the pissing contest that takes place among traders on twitter, James is a good place to start. He provides a nice change up with his content and conversation. But don't expect any substantial trading ideas - (would you after selling your company to thestreet.com?)
I still go to the Fool Caps from time to time, but find a lot of what they have to offer outdated, and difficult to benefit from. Stocks picks provided are at the surface level at best.
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