In response to increasingly challenging economic times, WND unveiled WND Money last year to help readers easily access the economic and personal-finance info they need. It’s become one of WND’s most popular venues.
Now we’re pleased to announce the addition of a comprehensive and constantly updated financial market summary, located every day on the top right side of WND Money.
The feature offers one-click access to six different market indicators – the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Nasdaq, New York Stock Exchange, S&P 500, AMEX and the Russell 2000. Just select one and you get taken to a comprehensive, interactive market summary.
Then, at the top of any WND Money market summary page, you get a menu of many choice financial topics, each of which goes to its own comprehensive page. Options include: Market Summary, Market Indexes, Market Movers, Market Sectors, Mutual Funds, A-Z Stock Listings, ETF Screener, Foreign Markets, CEO Wealthmeter, Oil & Energy, Metals, Currencies, Treasury Rates – even a customizable “My Watchlist” page and various financial calculators.
The instant stock quote feature is truly comprehensive. Enter the stock symbol and get taken to an in-depth summary page on that particular company. In addition to all the expected charts and graphs, each stock page even includes links to the latest press releases, news stories, blogs, podcasts and even conference calls related to that particular stock.
In addition, for each stock or other particular investment, you can even pull up the company’s SEC filings or review its performance going back many years, by selecting from: “Detailed Quote,” “News,” “Chart,” “SEC Filings,” “Profile” and “Historical.”
Of course, WND Money is also where WND readers go daily to keep up with the latest financial news as well as access valuable personal finance advice.
And while you’re on the page, check out the “RSS Center for Money News” – located on WND Money’s right-hand navigation bar (beneath the animated gold-and-silver charts) – featuring RSS feeds for 18 of America’s top economic and financial sites, including the Wall Street Journal, Investors Business Daily, CNBC, MarketWatch, Barrons, Forbes, Business Week, the Financial Times and many more.
“Our aim is to make WND Money a valuable, one-stop resource for our readers,” said WND Managing Editor David Kupelian. “Readers really should check in with WND Money on a daily basis if they’re interested in staying in touch with where this economy is heading, and how best to navigate it successfully.”