I've been working on a wiki, to gather as much solid information on Stock trading and investing as possible. The goal of this is to make a repository of financial information freely available and easily accessible. I adobted the wiki framework for its cross reference ability.
Heres an excerpt from the About page:
WikiStock is created to bring together a community of traders and investors who are interested in a consolidated repository of all things related to stock trading. The driving focus of the content on this site should be of immediate relevancy to a stock trader, and less focused on historical information.
Wikistock vs. Wikipedia 
Wikistock articles should strive to contain information that maintains a constant and/or is immediately relevant. They should avoid historical documentation, as Wikipedia already has this very well covered. Wikipedia articles are intertangled with many interlinks completely unrelated to investing; Wikistock strives to refocus this. For example, the Stock page will not contain links that direct you to a page on the Middle Ages, as the Wikipedia article does.
Please visit the site and provide feedback. Thank You--Rovo79 18:39, 26 March 2007 (UTC)