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6 Daily Market Newsletters You Need To Subscribe To

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6 Daily Market Newsletters You Need To Subscribe To

If you’re the type of person who prides yourself on staying up to date with news, than you can probably imagine few better ways to start your day than with a morning newsletter. This is especially true if you’re a markets junkie.

To help you get caught up on the news you missed while you were asleep (if you do that sort of thing) here are some of our favorite morning market newsletters.

1. Chaikin Analytics PowerFeed

Developed by the creator of Chaikin Money Flow, Chaikin PowerFeed offers a recap of trending stocks, sector and industry movement, and earnings reports. What makes this newsletter unique however is its stock ideas. Subscribers are given a “Stock Of The Day” as well as other ideas from the Chaikin Power Gauge, a 20-factor stock rating model developed by Marc Chaikin. Best of all? It’s completely free. Sign up for Chaikin PowerFeed here.

2. The Wall Street Journal MoneyBeat

MoneyBeat is actually one of many newsletters offered by The Journal, but is the most markets-focused. In addition to notable headlines, this newsletter offers an events preview for the day, as well as a chart of the day and number of the day. Sign up for the WSJ MoneyBeat here.

3. MarketSnacks

MarketSnacks has built an entire company around it’s millennial-focused morning newsletter. It offers short summaries of the morning’s biggest news stories in a simplified way—each news story comes with a “Takeaway” section. They also provide a user-submitted Market Fact of the day. Sign up for MarketSnacks here.

4. Seeking Alpha’s Wall Street Breakfast

Published before 7 a.m., the Wall Street Breakfast offers a more global perspective, with summaries of foreign markets, currencies, commodities, and a daily economic calendar. Sign up for Wall Street Breakfast here.

5. Bloomberg’s 5 Things To Start Your Day

Bloomberg’s 5 Things To Start Your Day newsletter highlights the morning’s top news, as well as the biggest stories from Bloomberg.com. It also includes a section written by Bloomberg Editor Joe Weisenthal. Sign up for the Bloomberg Markets newsletter here.

6. Benzinga’s Market In 5 Minutes

We’d be remiss not to mention our own newsletter here. The “Market In 5” includes top stories from major news sources from across Wall Street, top analyst upgrades and downgrades, an M&A roundup, and the biggest headlines in each sector. It also includes an economic calendar for the day notable options activity from the previous trading day. Sign up for the Market In 5 Minutes here.

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