A curated list of books that will blow your mind.
SilverStrike is a Django webapp that you can use to manage your finances. Tries to make finance management easy. Heavily influenced by Firefly-iii (in particular the UI; both use AdminLTE) but tries to add some new features and leave out some less useful ones. Specifically supports multiple users accessing the same budget, i.e., a household. Supports multiple kinds of transactions (not just bill). Written in Python, uses Django. Has a REST API.
A company that integrates with banks and financial institutions and provides an API when said institutions don't. Some fairly prominent companies seem to use them (Betterment, Venmo, Coinbase, Fanny Mae, AmEx). Intended for helping users budget, manage payments, and bookkeeping.
API docs: https://plaid.com/docs/
The largest open database of companies in the world. Search for information about corporations and companies as well as corporate officers across multiple jurisdictions. All data is from primary public sources and is included with results for fact checking.
Maybe write an adapter for Searx to use their API?
A free guide to networks of power, lobbying, public relations and the communications activities of governments and other interests.
A fast and lightweight interactive terminal based UI application for tracking and monitoring cryptocurrency coin stats in real-time. Realtime charts and graphs of price activity, covers multiple cryptocurrencies.
Have Moneybags monitor this page for presence of any companies or currencies I care about.
Personal finance software written in Java. Thus, it'll run pretty much anywhere. It comes as a single .jar file, so you can drop it into an encrypted volume along with the data files, which I suggest that everyone do. These ARE your finances, after all.
An anonymous, peer-to-peer service for generating cryptographic coins for the purposes of buying things. Cryptocoins "minted" are based upon the amount of bandwidth and CPU time your systems donate to the Bitcoin network. Backed by what people think the coins are worth (just like cash money, come to think of it). Read the FAQ and the paper, it's pretty interesting.
NASDAQ's canonical list of energy companies traded on that exchange. Includes share price trends, market valutation, and trade volumes.
A book in a github repo that explains benefits, stocks, and compensation from companies and corporations to geeks and hackers. I have this checked out on Windbringer. I should add this to the GoZ wiki.
FOSS stock market prediction and analysis package.
A personal finance management webapp written in php. charts graphs selfhosted budget
A site that collects and curates links to credit unions around the United States of America. It's up to you to visit each credit union's website and decide if you want to work with them or not.