Recent debate about moderation policies and the desirability of an investment hub set me thinking...
We each have our own favourite investment sites and we'd all like to make sure we don't miss anything that might be useful posted on any of them. Twitter is a very useful medium for alerting others about quality articles but suffers from one disadvantage: it is a transient medium and you can easily miss an article that you should have read. So, what we need is somewhere where all the links to "good stuff" can be found... well this may be it!
Let's try an experiment and post links to anything useful to our investment community here - whereever it's been posted. Please post the link with a brief description and, maybe, what you like about it, but keep it short, twitter stylee. Clearly there is a risk that this thread could be swamped by junk and spam but the voting system will help to highlight what is worth reading and what isn't and I do have the power to moderate spam. I also suggest putting an * after a link if accessing it may require membership, subscription etc. (e.g. FT articles, posts/articles on ShareSoc's member network)
So, if you come across a quality investment-related post/discussion/article, please cross-link to it here. Will be interesting to see whether this works. We can develop "rules" (if necessary) as this evolves. I have created a separate thread for Stocko-hub meta-discussion, so we can keep this thread "clean" for just investment links: http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/content/stocko-hub-metadiscussion-68419/
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