The websites found in this section of the Bellwether Resource Centre represent sites that we find helpful in keeping current on market activity and information. There are numerous sites available for inventors to visit, however the sites found in the Bellwether Resource Centre are ones which we at Bellwether use and recommend to our clients.
The PMAC is the representative organization for Portfolio Managers in Canada. Member firms are only in the business of managing investments for clients in keeping with each client’s needs and objectives and risk tolerance. The Association was founded in 1952 and its current membership is responsible for managing in excess of over $700 billion in client assets. The Mission of the Association is: “To advocate the highest standards of unbiased portfolio management in the interest of investors served by Members”. Bellwether is a member of the PMAC.
This is a good investment educational site. Check out their “small but friendly” glossary of investment terms. Some of the definitions have recommended books and articles for more information.
Bloomberg is a global leader in the delivery of investment data, news and analysis.
BigCharts is the worlds most comprehensive and easy-to-use investment research Web site. The site provides access to professional-level research tools such as interactive charts, quotes, industry analysis, and intraday stock scanners, as well as market news and commentary.
Globefund is Report on Business’s web site for general investment news information; owned and operated by CTVGlobemedia.
Microsoft’s investment web site providing up-to-date general business information for investors. A good source for tools such as “managing your investments” (click Portfolio Manager).
Grant’s is an independent, value-oriented and contrary-minded journal of financial markets. Think of them as the financial-information medium that least resembles CNBC.
A good site for those investors who want to follow the daily activities of the market. Stockwatch brings you the latest US investment headlines and “Streetwatch”.