Replaced with Seeking Alpha Premium

Those who have worked with me know I have used and recommended Weiss Ratings for many years. After comparing the functionality and content of Weiss Ratings against Seeking Alpha, I cancelled my Weiss subscription today.

Weiss is still a good service, but I am not getting $300/year of value from their tools at this point in my investing career. Furthermore, the more valuable Seeking Alpha subscription is $250/year. Many of my recent blog posts have featured Seeking Alpha or Wallmine content. Both are helpful tools for evaluating investments including ETFs and stocks. My top six resources for evaluating investments now include the following:

Seeking Alpha is my first choice for stock research.