Value Investing Toll CollectionHere you will find a Value Investing tool collection for your value investing strategy. Screeners can help you find interesting companies. You can find helpful debates in forums. Clever office tools can make everyday work easier. Your portfolio management can be improved through online and offline tools.

In short: There are countless good resources on the net about which you can find for example interesting knowledge, good tools and helpful tutorials. In this area of valueDACH Knowledge we have collected what we consider to be the most exciting resources. On the individual pages we have prepared them thematically for you.

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Value Investing Tool Collection

Checkliste (soon to follow): “No wise pilot, no matter how great his talent and experience, fails to use his checklist.” This quote from Charlie Munger expresses the importance of checklists for your investment process. Therefore you will soon find our support for the generation of your checklist on this page.

Communities, forums, stock market letters: In addition to the Value Investing Community valueDACH, there are a number of other Value Investing forums, communities, stock market letters and research sites that could be exciting for you. We would therefore like to offer you an overview of these other offers.

Stock ScreenerTool box: Value investing is a labour-intensive activity. Fortunately, there are many tools that can make investing easier for you. Here we have collected some value investing tools.

Screener & Data Sources: Screeners are helpful for searching for stocks and other investment opportunities. There are a number of offers on the market which are freely accessible, but many are subject to a charge, too. On this page you will learn more about Value Investing screeners and interesting data sources.

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