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What this list will give you

This definitive reference will give the best of the best investing resources in:

  • Investing terminology
  • Price quotes and portfolio tracking online tools
  • Investment research
  • Financial blogs
  • Investor sentiment information
  • Financial data for analytics
  • Exchange Traded Funds resources
  • Company financial statements

This list will give you a well-rounded set of resources that you can tap into that will help you gain the perspectives and insights you need to start making better investment decisions....and it's free!

 

I've opened my broker account. Now what?

You’ve opened up your brokerage account and put some of your hard earned savings into it. You’re ready to invest in some stocks and ETF’s and build up that nest egg! Then you ask yourself;

  • What stocks should I be investing in?
  • How do I figure out if a stock or ETF is worth investing in?
  • What do some of these investing terms mean? Dividend Yield? Current Ratio? Inflation?
  • Where can I find information that can help me make successful investment decisions?

 

Welcome to the Internet my friend…how can I help you?

When I started investing more than 20 years ago, social media was non-existent. There were websites and newsgroups but most of the “good” information was held by the financial institutions. For the average person it was pretty hard. The best information we had access to were a company’s financial statements (it still is by the way).

The Internet has removed the barriers to information and leveled the playing field in terms of access to financial information. There are so many ways to access information; blogs, videos, online courses, podcasts.

The problem with the Internet is there is a lot of information and it’s not organized in a neat and tidy manner. You really have to dig deep to find the good, meaningful information.

The hard part is filtering out this mountain of information to separate click bait from factual and tangible information that we can use to make successful investment decisions. It is easy to understand why many people have a fear factor for investing.

 

We are truly drowning in information 

Wouldn’t it be great if instead of sitting for hours googling websites endlessly,  you could have an immediate reference or cheat sheet of go-to hubs of financial information that can help you make better and more successful investment decisions?

Let me help you.

Over the years I’ve built through a fair bit of trial and error, a library of information resources that I tap into quite frequently when I try to figure out what stocks and Exchange Traded Funds to invest in. I would say I refer to almost 80 percent of these resources on a daily basis.

The great thing is most of these resources are free and even the one’s that require a subscription are reasonably priced. It’s taken me over 20 years to build this list.

I’m happy to share it with you.

 

What this list will give you

This definitive reference will give a list of the best investing resources in:

  • Investing terminology
  • Price quotes and portfolio tracking online tools
  • Investment research
  • Financial blogs
  • Investor sentiment information
  • Financial data for analytics
  • Exchange Traded Funds resources
  • Company financial statements

This list will give you a well-rounded set of resources that you can tap into that will help you gain the perspectives and insights you need to start making better investment decisions....and again it's free!

 

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ABOUT ME

My name is Aman Raina and I am an investment coach and founder of Sage Investors, a financial education practice. 

I help new and experienced investors who want to be financially secure but feel confused , intimidated and uninformed by the investing world. They either don’t know where to begin or feel that they are not making enough progress with their investments. I teach and engage with them in how to make educated investment decisions so that they can achieve financial freedom in their lives with confidence.

Over the years, I have met numerous investors who have shared their stories about how financial institutions have failed them in providing appropriate guidance for their investment portfolios. Many have gone on to lose significant portions of their savings, leading to financial and emotional hardships, while the institutions that should be helping them are enjoying massive profits. I believe there is a serious disconnect here and this is not healthy for our society.

My call to action

The people that I saw requiring the most assistance was hard working people like yourself, who after several stock market meltdowns have decided they want to take control of their financial destiny.

Sage Investors is Born

After investing for 20 years, I really believe deep down that investing is a lot easier than what the industry makes it out to be and any person can become really good at investing if they have the right education, motivation, and support. With that I created Sage Investors with a goal of creating an army of empowered and successful Sage Investors!

I've seen it first hand in the people I've worked with. When I started working with people, they knew nothing about investing, but with hard work and commitment to learning the mechanics and emotional aspects of investing, I see them now as confident investors who are building a meaningful nest egg for their future on their own.

I see them happy that their hard earned savings are growing meaningfully for them.

They have hope.

They have hope that that they have a good chance of having some some financial flexibility to achieve their own personal and family goals.

I have gained so much admiration and greater satisfaction in helping these hard working people achieve some level of financial freedom in their lives. The best part is when I help someone on their investing journey, I am learning something new about investing that helps me. What a win-win!

To your future investing success!

Aman