Here are some places I regularly visit to research stocks, investments or just to see what they are up to

Marketbeat is where I go to see who is buying what. Just type in the ticker and click on “institutional ownership.” It tells which bank bought on what day and how much.

Nasdaq has this nice little function you can click on called guru analysis. Let’s say you are looking for Value stocks, you can do a Ben Graham screen and get ideas. Of course, don’t let it pick stocks for you, use it to get ideas

What can I say? Without fidelity my brokerage account wouldn’t exist

Once again, I like to know who is holding the stocks I’m buying and this is a great place to find all of that out.

Youtube Channels I visit:

The place I go for good value stock picking, Fastgraphs. You can watch on screen how over or undervalued each stock is. Most importantly, you can historically see how price follows earnings:

Ian is definitely my favorite dividend investor on youtube. He buys many things I don’t own but I enjoy his passion and enthusiasm. Not to mention his progress and stories about experiencing the last recession.

I have no aspirations to be a day trader but I like this channel for more graphical analysis. He has made some spot on calls over the last six months.