eToro has good technical analysis tools. There are some analyst recommendations and market sentiment indicators available, but no comprehensive fundamental data.
Research is available in 21 languages (the same languages that are available on the web and mobile trading platforms).
For some popular stocks, you can find recommendations like analyst consensus (buy/hold/sell), average price target, hedge fund sentiment and insider trading sentiment. In some cases, you can also read the analyst reports. Unfortunately, these research features are available only for a limited number of stocks.
Some basic fundamental data on stocks is available on eToro's platform. This includes the profile of the company and some very basic indicators and ratios such as P/E, EPS, dividend yield and beta. No fundamental data is available for asset classes other than stocks.
You can also sign up for a daily market analysis newsletter, in which you get a useful list of market highlights.
eToro's charting tool is quite good and you can use many, around 70 technical indicators. We liked that charts are automatically saved, so you don’t have to waste your time setting up your indicators time and again.
The news feed is not really an official news feed. It is more like a market-themed Twitter feed, showing messages posted by eToro users and analysts. Hashtags (#) are used for themes and dollar signs ($) for assets. We were not a huge fan of this feature, but it certainly adds a social media aspect to trading.