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Lots of things going on here, but for the first timer there are lots of tabs and headings to easily navigate through this monster. Tons of stock market tips and quotes for the beginers. I didn't know much about the market before, but after browsing this one, I've picked up on lots of things that maybe could be very handy. Awesome tool to have if your interested in trading.
From charts for the current NASDAQ and DJIA to a sports ticker going across the monitor with live stats on current stocks to "learning from the pros" so to speak on successful trading strategies from the NY Times To watching your own stocks tumble up and down on wall st. If you need to know the latest from current news and quotes to if you need to post your resume online, this site has it. Has nice colorful charts and graphs of everything like the Dow Jones from up to 5 years ago. A nice feature I found at the top of the home page is the "interactive charting" which would allow you to put in a "stock symbol" and out would come 2 different charts of that stock and its history with its current standings and its highs and lows of that week and year.