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Resources

Below is a list of websites that may interest you, depending on your financial interests or goals.

Bond Connections

U.S. Government Treasury

This site provides information about how to invest in treasury bonds and other federal government bonds.

Investing in Bonds

For people who are new to bonds or to highly sophisticated bond investors, this site provides a unique source of bond price information, including a wide variety of market data, news, commentary, and information about bonds.

Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board

This is the group that oversees the municipal bond industry. The site provides guidelines, compliance, transparency, news, and education about the municipal bond market.

Economic Connections

United States Mint

This is a section of the U.S. Government that produces all the coins in the United States, including collectible coins. It also provides historical data about how coins are made and circulated.

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

This website contains a lot of economic data and analysis. It also maintains information about the twelve federal reserve banks that have their own websites with regional economic information and research.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

As part of the Department of Labor, this site contains information about the Consumer Price Index, Unemployment Rate, Producer Price Index, U.S. Import and Export Indexes, and much more.

International Monetary Fund

The IMF is an organization of 190 countries, working together to cultivate global monetary cooperation. It includes data on the reserves held by global central banks and promotes trade, high employment, and economic growth. It also attempts to reduce poverty around the world.

Moody’s Analytics

As an extension of Moody’s Corporation, this site provides information about the economy and economic trends to help professionals around the world respond to evolving markets with confidence.

National Bureau of Economic Research

This site deals primarily with economic research and dissemination. It provides economic data, analysis, and other information.

U.S. Department of the Treasury

This site includes information about currency, coins, and the financial markets.

Financial News

Wall Street Journal

This site contains robust market information, updated daily. It also includes a plethora of world events, columnists, and interactive features.

Market Watch

This site contains up-to-the-second headlines and news, including commentaries, personal financial stories, global market information, and investor tools.

Financial Times

The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading news organizations. It provides financial information, commentaries, and headlines around the world.

American Association of Individual investors

Among other things, this site includes market data, educational information for investors, tips about financial planning, and a free newsletter.

Yahoo Finance

This free site includes filings, stock charts, headlines, and basic share price information. It has everything the beginning investor would need to stay informed about the financial market and the world.

The Motley Fool

Aimed at the individual investor, this site provides investment ideas, information, and commentaries.

The Street

The Street provides stock trading ideas, relevant news, and daily market commentary for all levels of traders and investors.

Mutual Funds Connections

Investment Company Institute

This is the trade group for the mutual fund industry. There, you will find flow chart data and other educational information about the fund industry.

Morningstar

This site provides information about the fund industry, including ratings and research. It also provides a wide array of news pertaining to investments and funding institutions.

Stock Connections

U.S. Security and Exchange Commission

A repository of corporate filings, disciplinary actions, and the latest information from the nation’s top market regulator. It also contains electronic documents filed by companies relating to earnings, public offerings, and executive compensations.

Financial Industry Regulatory Authority

This is an independent, nongovernmental organization that services as the first line of oversight for the brokerage industry. The organization writes and enforces governing rules for the security industry, making it safer for firms and investors to participate in the market with confidence.

New York Stock Exchange (“The Big Board“)

The world’s largest stock market company, located in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan in New York City. There, you will find the latest news and regulatory information about stocks, disciplinary activities, and world events pertaining to security.

Museum of American Finance

Located in lower Manhattan, this site provides information about public programs, publications and collections, education, and relevant news.

 

 

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