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30% off Annual Subscription A$121.80 @ Simply Wall St


They dont normally offer discount to their annual subscription plans. This is one of better research tools on Australian and oversea share investments. Good reviews and I have been using the free version for awhile. Good opportunity to upgrade to the paid version with unlimited access. Fully tax deductible and 14 days cash back guarantee.
I like how the data is presented and the phone app is really easy to use. It can be a bit slow from time to time loading all the details. I reckon it is expected considering the amount of details its including in the report/research.

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2020

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  • Good service but I'd be careful re- full tax deductibility. I believe you need to meet some criteria of doing x number of trades to justify it

  • Who needs professional subscriptions these days when we have soo many financial guru's giving free advice on forums such as whirlpool, hotcopper and reddit.

  • You can also just cycle through throwaway e-mails to get their 2 week free unlimited trial.

  • Any tips from existing users about what tools and what to look for in that website to find insight on companies and eventually find a winner stock.

    I have had Fool subscription but seems not working and it's coming to due in few weeks so i am tossing to cancel fool and get on this one but need more insight on this simply wall subscription.

    Thank in advance

    • Try their free trial and play around the options in app. Their screening tool is quite robust and I like how they show you the strength and weakness of each shares in the shape of snowflake. To me this is very useful insight to the share research.

    • Personally I would avoid paid subscriptions until you figure out how to find winning stocks on your own. Read, look, listen, ask and you will get there.

      • Yes you're right but sometimes looking a stock from different dimension is vital specially there are so many mid cap and ASX 200 companies to follow..

  • I wouldn't rush to snap up this offer, $121.80 is the usual price after the inital 14 day trial period (for my account anyway). I don't think Simply Wall St are offering anything particularly special for Black Friday/Cyber Monday.

  • …so youve been using the free version, not the paid?

  • One of the only options I found for doing beyond-basic fundamental analysis that doesn't cost a fortune. Provides some pretty in depth info about various companies on the ASX and other exchanges (like 46000+ listings I believe). I'm not sure how it compares to Bloomberg et al. but it is better than free.