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1. Exclusive business sections
Free readers can still access Globeandmail.com for 10 articles per month. But there are two business sections on Globeandmail.com that are exclusive to Globe Unlimited subscribers: Streetwise and ROB Insight. Learn more about these sections here.

Streetwise is the home for news and analysis on the finance industry and deals. ROB Insight will dive into the breaking business news of the day and provide further insight and analysis. We have created new designs for these sections and added new reporters. ROB Insight also contains analysis and commentary from The Financial Times and Thomson Reuters Breaking Views.

2. Dashboard
Globe Dashboard is available exclusively to Globe Unlimited subscribers to help you keep track of the news you need to know. The Dashboard is an evolving tool that lets you follow specific companies, get breaking news alerts, and save stories for later reading. As one of the first subscribers to Globe Unlimited , you’ll play an important part in shaping the future of this product.

3. New features and expanded investing insight
Globeinvestor.com is home to several regular features for ideas and strategy, including VOX, Portfolio Strategy, Schizas’ mailbag, and Yield Hog. Find them all on the Investment Ideas page. And we’ve just expanded our offerings to include Strategy Lab, where four of Canada’s brightest investors match wits in a battle for portfolio supremacy, as well as a new video series with Rob Carrick called Portfolio Checkup that puts readers’ investments under the microscope.

4. Live discussions and comments
Interact with leading investment gurus as well as other investors on Globeinvestor.com, where you can share your thoughts and strategies by leaving comments and replying to others. We’ve elevated this social experience by introducing a new home for investing debates called Trading Shots, where financial journalists bust money myths and then ask users to join the fray. You’re also invited to join in on frequent live web discussions with some of Canada’s top portfolio managers and strategists. Check out this recent discussion with Robert Haugen, a leading proponent of the case that stock markets are inherently inefficient and one of the first to identify and publish research on the Low Volatility Anomaly, showing that low risk stocks outperform risky stocks over time.

5. Social media sharing and StockTwits
At the top of articles on the Globe and Mail website you'll find tools that allow you to share the article on various social networks including LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Google Plus. At the bottom of articles on Globeinvestor.com you'll find a box featuring the latest discussion of companies and other securities mentioned in the article on StockTwits. StockTwits is a social network where investors and traders share links and ideas. You'll also find StockTwits discussion at the bottom of stock pages on Globe Investor. Scroll to the bottom of Barrick Gold's stock page for an example.

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