Invest wisely: a few key resources for tracking and planning your investments

Yeah, that shoe box is probably not the best place to keep your nest egg. The library has a lot of great online resources that can help you make wise decisions about where to put your money. Take a look at Mergent Online and Standard & Poors NetAdvantage, both available from anywhere with a valid library card.

Here are some other websites to help you grow your savings:

Charts, reports, indicators and quotes on over 24,000 US stocks, mutual funds, and major market indexes. Historical quotes back to 1970.

EDGAR Database of Corporate Information
As of May 6, 1996 all public domestic companies are required to file SEC forms electronically on EDGAR, the Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis & Retrieval system.
Comprehensive information for investors, including links to market news and commentary, stock research, personal finance, and education.

Do you have a favorite? Let us know in the comments.

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