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The Best Investment Analysis Tools (and Data Sources) that Money can buy

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saltybit:
If money/cost was not a barrier, which existing investing tools or data sources would you want to have and why?

I'm particularly interested to hear about examples that everyday investors don't have access to.

ratiman:
Can you give some examples? It's not clear what you're asking.

jeffsreng:
Why buy when you can get it free from libraries:  ValueLine, Morningstar, Barrons, WSJ, FT, NYT, WashingtonPost & USAToday
Visit university with free Bloomberg,FactSet,Capital IQ & Thomson Reuters
Also read 10K & 10Q from sec.gov for free

I don't believe in information edge. 

Gamecock-YT:

--- Quote from: saltybit on February 16, 2020, 11:58:27 AM ---If money/cost was not a barrier, which existing investing tools or data sources would you want to have and why?

I'm particularly interested to hear about examples that everyday investors don't have access to.

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insider info, of course you might go to prison too.

CapriciousCapital:
bamsec, Value Line.

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