www.morningstar.com - organized fundamentals statistics
www.finviz.com - best screener based on fundamentals
www.finance.yahoo.com - organized fundamentals statistics
www.factset.com - you can subscribe to get the daily report for free
www.boerse-berlin.com - for bonds
www.dividend.com - the name gives it up
www.capitaleconomics.com - good economists but you need to pay a very respectable subscription fee. They are actually targeting institutional clients.
These websites will have everything a retail client may need.
www.economies.com - some nice and tide technical analysis
www.forexlive.com - some nice and tide technical analysis as well
www.statista.com - you need to pay but it gives you access to an enormous amount of data
www.tradingview.com - many members are giving their technical analysis - not all are good
www.investing.com - best to calculate pivot points
www.fxstreet.com - best for finding correlations between instruments
*you only need up to 3 indicators that work for you. Any more than that can only confuse your decision.
Charts and Portfolio Websites
www.tradingview.com - best online charting website
www.tc2000.com - best downloadable charting platform - only for US stocks
www.seekingalpha.com - best to have a watchlist
www.investopedia.com - best for definitions
www.babypips.com - best for beginners
www.coursera.org - best for medium to advanced economic and investing courses
www.retireguide.com/guides/investing-young - The importance of investing young explained in a very simple way.
Here you can find everything you may need to start - education is not limited in these. You always need to look for new sources and new ways to learn.
If you like webinars we advice you to visit:
www.bloomberg.com - best overall
www.wsj.com - nice articles
www.cnbc.com - best notifications on the mobile - download the app
www.marketbeat.com - subscribe, they send good ideas about stocks from time to time
www.statisma.com - its been said they have inside information in many goverments
www.zerohedge.com - they have some nice articles from time to time
www.gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com - COVID19 updates from John Hopkins Univeristy