Our goal here at Green Bull Research is to provide our readers with the best services to grow their wealth, but not just random products/services, rather ones that we actually use ourselves.
Below are the products/services we recommend, and that I, Anders (founder of Green Bull Research), use personally. However, what's right for you may differ depending on your financial situation. As always, it's a good idea to due your own due diligence before making any decision.
#1) Capitalist Exploits' INSIDER
INSIDER is a no-nonsense investment advisory service run by Chris Macintosh and Brad McFadden, both professional money managers with impressive backgrounds, that search for asymmetric investment ideas with the potential for large returns (3x minimum).
Subscribers to this service get access to the pros' (Chris and Brad's) live portfolio, ongoing trade alerts, weekly newsletters, monthly Q&A webinars, a private chat forum, and more. Here you can follow along with specific investment recommendations that Chris and Brad are making with their own money.
It's an excellent service without all the BS and hype, which is why we highly recommend it for anyone looking for investment guidance. It won't disappoint and really provides hand-holding when it comes to investing, but it will cost you a bit ($2,000/yr normally).
*Note: A cheaper option would be to sign up for just their weekly newsletter service, which is called Insider Weekly. This only gives you access to the weekly newsletter, not the live portfolio, Q&A webinars, etc., but is well worth the price of just $35/mo in my opinion. And you can join for $1 for the first month.
#2) Value Spreadsheet
Value Spreadsheet is an ingenius product created by Nick Kraakman that allows you to easily analyze a company's financial health in minutes. What it does is pulls several years of financial data, generates graphs, and performs advanced calculations... putting all of this into a simple spreadsheet for easy viewing on any device.
If you take a value investing approach and analyze stocks on your own, this can save you a lot of time and headache. Stocks from the US, Canada, Germany, Australia, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, and more can be analyzed here - Highly recommended.
*Note: Nick Kraakman also has his Value Investing Bootcamp for those looking to get started value investing on their own. It's an excellent course that covers all the basics of value investing, such as how to properly valuate companies, what to look for in a company's financial statements, how to find the outperformers, and more. If you don't have much knowledge with how to evaluate companies, what to look for, what the financial numbers and ratios mean, then I'd recommend you take this course before getting his Value Spreadsheet.