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Smart money

PUBLISHED : Monday, 20 February, 2012, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 20 February, 2012, 12:00am

More great real simple syndication (RSS) feeds:

www.seekingalpha.com

While many investors know about this website, seekingalpha has vastly improved its Twitter and RSS feeds. This RSS application prolifically feeds an array of stories to your smartphone, virtually obliterating the need to visit the website. The range of investor topics includes Mozambique mineral exploration, bearish views on US and world industry sectors, thematic stock picks, new exchange-traded fund launch coverage and tech merger picks. Investors seeking single or interrelated ideas will like the continuous flow of information.

www.smartmoney.com/rss/

RSS feeds are also useful to individual investors who aren't looking for a waterfall of market action news. Smartmoney offers a selection of specialised RSS feeds to suit most investors, from stock picking to personal finance. Feeds are divided into three topics: investing, spending and 'how to', in video and text formats. Users can link to the site's video centre for tutorials and investment courses. Market action fans are served by stock screens and almost real time updates. Personal finance is covered by separate feeds for consumer action alerts, spending, borrowing and retirement planning.

http://registeredrep.com/rssfeeds/

Investors who are shopping around for an independent financial adviser or who want to understand the world of private banking can be updated at registeredrep. The feed provides information on industry trends and gossip about private banks. Category feeds smartly separate topics from blogs so that users see only what they select. While some subjects are more useful to investment advisers, others such as wealth management, investing and stock broker report cards offer insight about product and services for private investors.

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