Top value investing websites 2012

Our annual review of the best of investing websites the net has to offer. Jason Prowd reveals who makes the cut.

Intelligent Investor's analytical team seeks value investing information and ideas from a wide variety of sources. Back in 2009 we listed many of the websites and podcasts that we use regularly in The Top 40 Value Investing Websites and Podcasts. As we reflect on what has been a breathtaking 12 months, we have updated the list for 2012.

We have cherry picked some responses from the comments section of the original article, but it is worth reading all of them as there are many websites and podcasts that might be worth your time that we haven't mentioned here.

New for 2012 we've listed our 'Top 10' Twitter accounts worth following, plus listed Twitter accounts for each of the websites (where possible). If there are any other cracking online sources, Twitter accounts or websites you use regularly then please drop the details in the comments section below.

Australian business news sources

Australian and international aggregators

An aggregator site pools information from far and wide.

International news sources

Prominent value investors

Investing newsletters (subscription services)

Investing podcasts/vodcasts

Top 10 Twitter accounts

Wondering who to 'follow' on Twitter? Here's a few of our favourites.

  • @victorricciardi – Victor Ricciardi is a behavioural finance and risk expert.
  • @jasonzweigwsj – Jason Zweig is a columnist with the WSJ and is best known for his annotated version of value investing bible The Intelligent Investor.
  • @TEDchris – Chris Anderson is Curator at TED an organisation that holds annual idea sharing conferences.
  • @ValueInvesting_ – Garry Cole is a value investor based in NY, we love his feed for the regular and useful articles he shares.
  • @HarvardBiz – Harvard Business Review shares the latest blog posts, management tips and stats.
  • @IntInvFunds – Steve Johnson is Chief Investment Officer of Intelligent Investor Funds Management.
  • @danariely – Dan Ariely is Professor of Psychology and Behavioural Economics at Duke University. He also writes an interesting and entertaining blog here.
  • @BusinessChannel – Sky Business News' twitter feed.
  • @DanielPink – Dan Pink is a US based author and public speaker. He's written extensively on behavioural science and how incentives should be applied in the workplace.
  • @mungerisms – Excellent quotes, facts and links on value investing.

We hope you find the list useful. Enjoy.

Post any other resources that you find useful below.

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