A frequently asked question within the Girl$ on The Money community is to share the platforms I use for investing research or to keep up with stock market news and developments.
This blog post is long overdue, but better late than never 🙂
Let’s start with one of my favorites –
The American Association of Individual Investors:
I came across their website probably over a decade ago! I immediately became impressed with the wealth of information for the average investor. This platform includes detailed reports and resources and perfectly keeps up with current events so that we remain informed at all times.
This introduction on their website describes them perfectly:
“The American Association of Individual Investors is an independent, nonprofit corporation formed for the purpose of assisting individuals in becoming effective managers of their own assets through programs of education, information and research.”
They offer annual memberships starting at $49 per year! They have pricier options with additional features, but why not sign up for the basic membership and move your way up if you feel like it?!
They’re running a promotion where you can join for as little as $2 to try it out.
Check out the website for more details.
Three things I love about AAII: (1) They are a nonprofit organization! (2) The members are individual investors – people just like us. (3) The information they provide is easy to read and is a huge help when making educated and profitable investment decisions.
If you decide to become a member, I’d love to know about your experience. Send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org, and tell me all about it.
Cheers to health & profits!
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2 thoughts on “Helpful Resources for Investors (Part I)”
Is their membership fee monthly? They don’t really specify.
Great question! Their memberships are annual :). I think they might have a month to month option but, as always, yearly is always a better deal.