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finance web links
There are a plethora of web sites in the area of personal finance and investment. This is not a comprehensive list of them. Many finance books have pages of web site references. We shall not follow this course, but rather list those sites we consider to be most interesting or relevant to Australian investors.

www.afr.com
useful for Australian finance news and breaking stories

www.ato.gov
several sub-sites (eg, covering superannuation) with a wealth of tax information from an authoritative source

www.bloomberg.com & www.bloomberg.com/au
top international and domestic market sites, with stock commentary under breaking news and free charting capacity

www.economist.com
the world’s best newspaper by a very large margin. Lots available free, but if you subscribe to the printed edition, you can see everything – and be up-to-date, eg you can login on Friday in Australia and see the new weekly edition that you will not see in hard copy until Monday. Also see articles that do not go into the printed edition and a massive archive

www.ft.com
home page of the Financial Times in London. Has recently imposed subscription options and access now subject to restrictions, but still considerable information available for free. Subscription option for those with time to read it. This site has links to several other FT sites, with quality of information you would expect

www.money.cnn.com
great for global markets, with masses of data on US stocks and some controversial commentary

www.moneymanagement.com
free and contains ASSIRT research tables of managed fund performance

www.securites.edu
Securities Institute of Australia, with mainly information on their courses, which private investor would benefit from

www.taxinstitute.com.au
The Taxation Institute of Australia – requires membership for full benefit, as login required

www.wsj.com & www.barrons.com
The Wall Street Journal is one of many US papers that give free access to lots of news. Better to subscribe and get full access to the WSJ and to Barron’s – the latter is the pre-eminent US investor magazine, and contains serious articles upon market conditions, stocks/sectors and developments, with a US bias admittedly



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