FNArena Launches New Website

FYI | Feb 13 2017

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After an incubation period of a few years, FNArena is launching its new website on the weekend (Feb 11-12, 2017).

IMPORTANT NOTICE: expect interruptions of service while the switch between old and new is taking place.

To assist all subscribers and readers with finding their way post the switch, below is a brief guide to the New FNArena:

-Firstly, the new website adapts to mobile phone and other devices smaller than your standard desktop pc. We've come up with some nifty adjustments to make sure it all fits and works, so you can now read FNArena content while on the bus, train, at the airport, near the beach, or wherever you want to stay in touch with the latest broker updates or Tweets from yours truly.

-We have significantly upgraded the search and research capabilities on the website. Make sure you put a few company codes in the improved Search Engine and check out FNArena Windows where more than 400 ASX-listed stocks are grouped together with peers and competitors in modern sector allocations (no more Amcor with Rio Tinto in the same Materials basket, etc).

-A dedicated page for research and updates on All-Weather Performers (only accessible for paid subscribers).

-One exclusive section for paid subscribers to download Special Reports and Bonus Publications, like my recent book "Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Bear", as well as all Powerpoint slides from my presentations since 2008.

-Much clearer segmentation and presentation of daily news content. All news stories carry price charts of the listed stocks mentioned.

Of course, all your favourite items are still there; the Australian Broker Call Report, Stock Analysis, Rudi's Views, The Overnight Report,… They've all been upgraded and should be much easier to access, to use and to find. The same applies for add-ons including The Icarus Signal, R-Factor and FNArena Sentiment Indicator.

The team cannot wait to read your responses and feedback. Note: this is an important step for FNArena, but it is by no means the end of our path forward. By all means, if you have an idea for improvement, tell us. If you don't like some of our changes, we like to hear that too.

info@fnarena.com

 

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