We have just rolled out a new and more user-friendly design for DailyMarkets.com. Among the changes, the most significant is the launch of DailyMarkets.com’s own Personal Finance section, which you can find on the left hand side of the homepage.
Our Own Personal Finance Section!
Here our own writers cover topics relating to credit cards, CD rates, credit score and any topics relating to the better management of your money. DailyMarkets.com now also features a wide selection of credit card offers in the US so that you can compare and apply for credit cards under one roof. Browse through the different credit card categories, or apply for credit cards according to your credit score.
You can also check out and compare the automatically updated CD rates by Discover bank and Ally bank, and apply for them by clicking on the Apply Now button, or the CD rate you are interested in. We are currently working on adding more banks to our comparison of CD rates.
We have also built a new and free interactive Credit Card tool that helps you choose the right credit card for your needs. This tool is on the left hand side of the homepage or in the Credit Cards page. Try it out today!
Other Changes You Should Know About
The popular live Stock Market Snapshot can now be found in the Stocks section. Click on the link and you will see it on the left hand side of the page. You can also get to the Stocks section by clicking on the Stocks tab on top of the homepage.
The live Forex Market Snapshot can now be found in the Forex section. Click on the link and you will see it on the left hand side of the page. You can also get to the Forex section by clicking on the Forex tab on top of the homepage.
We continue to publish investing and trading blog articles from over 300 contributing authors on forex, stocks, economy, commodities, ETFs etc. Our contributing authors continue to grow, and if you would like to submit your blog for syndication, click here.
Daily Markets ® is now a registered trademark owned by Grace Cheng Media Inc.
How This Site Is Financed
The most important thing to understand is that DailyMarkets.com is completely free to use. Our Personal Finance section and blog is based on independent, detailed and unbiased journalistic research by our team. As for the syndicated finance articles, we do our best to edit errors and omit those which are purely promotional in nature, or don’t meet our editorial standards.
This site is not funded, yet it’s a gigantic monster, with staff, servers dealing with millions of hits per month & complex technology to develop. The site is solely financed by ads and affiliate links, and that’s how we manage to keep the site free to use for everyone, without charging subscription fees.
That said, financial considerations do not impact our in-house articles as DailyMarkets.com articles are written for the sole benefit of the reader. We hope you will click on the products that interest you, as this will help pay for the huge resource this site offers.
What do you think of the new homepage? Let us know what you think of it in the comments.