2 Key Resources to Expand Your Investment and Economic Knowledge
Simplify educating yourself on investing and the economy
There is an endless list of free resources you can use for self-education on investing and the economy. Sometimes, that endless list can be a bit overwhelming and lead to you not understanding where to start. If you have read any of my articles, which I hope you have, you know I like to keep things simple and give recommendations that will help simplify things for you. For self-educating yourself on investing and the economy, the two key resources you should consider starting with are:
Investopedia is a financial website that provides investment definitions, advice, reviews, ratings, and comparisons of financial products such as investment accounts. For any investing or economic term you can think of, Investopedia will have an article for you that will break it down for you and simplify it. The website has over 32,000 articles and reaches approximately 20 million unique monthly viewers.
Yahoo Finance is a financial media website that provides financial news, data, and commentary including stock quotes, press releases, financial reports, and original content. When it comes to staying up to date on current investment news and economic events, Yahoo Finance is a destination that will satisfy that. Yahoo Finance is ranked 20th by SimilarWeb on the list of the largest news and media websites.
When it comes to Investopedia and Yahoo Finance, I do not remember the last time I have gone multiple days without using either. Both websites are essential for me to stay up to date on what is happening in the investment world and the economy. Let me know what you think!