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5 Recommended Useful Websites for Trading

I have been sharing some of the latest news and reports on eToro new feeds to my followers and copiers. Sometimes, my followers or other browsers may question me that where do I obtain those latest information. Therefore, I would like to share some of the websites that I usually visit in this post and I would recommend you guys to bookmark them. 
Investing.com is the website that I check regularly for all the reports either weekly or monthly especially US Crude Oil Inventories including API and EIA and US Baker Hughes Oil Rig Counts which are crucial for oil trading. They provide the history of the reports as well as the forecast for the coming one. Besides, other economic indicators such as US Jobless ClaimsUS Gross Domestic Product (GDP)US Existing, New & Pending Home SalesUS Core Durable Goods OrdersUS CB Consumer ConfidenceUS Nonfarm Payrolls and etc can be tracked on this website as well. Click on each indicators for more readings. 

2. Tradingfloor.com

Alternatively, I visit this website to check on the indicators as well. Besides those indicators, you can check the earning calendar on both of these websites to know when the earning reports are out. The most important is that you may also obtain the ex-dividend dates and the yields. For your information, as long as you own the stocks before the ex-dividend date even one day before, you will get the dividends but be careful with the spreads. 
3. CNBC
This is the website where I can read all the latest news for all markets though news for Asia market would be relatively limited. It is easier if you download the apps in either google play store or apple store. My favorite part of it is that I can create my own watchlist and I can browse all the news regarding the companies in my watchlist under the section “watchlist news”. 
I can say that this is the “wikipedia” for trading world. You can find all the explanations regarding knowledge of any trading tools on this website. Easy to understand with great examples and simple language, which I have been inspired to write on this blog, sharing information in the most simplest way. 
This is the website where I visit to obtain the information about the trading activities of the insiders (professionals). For example, you can view the portfolio of Warren Buffett, such as which stocks he bought and which stocks he reduced during the previous quarter including the average price that he bought in.  
Comment below to share which websites that you think that they are useful. 

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