A disclaimer, I haven’t used paid premium subscriptions of most of these, except Zacks (And a few friends who live on trading floor for a living can’t help but laugh at Zacks and their index)
from my feed I have blocked Zacks, Simply Wall Street, Insider monkey completely. They mainly produce “auto generated” articles anyway. Which means they have text template articles and They read numbers for any random given stock and produce an “article”
An example: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/did-participate-kimberly-clarks-nyse-125546112.html Even has a disclaimer in bottom saying “this article is general in nature” Their paid interface give very little addition to free screeners around the web. (The distro graph looks nice at first than you realise its not very helpful about “finding” things or deciding actions.)
I have also removed Financial Times, simply because they provide a sentence or two about from an article and show you the paywall.
Seeking alpha (although like 50% premium) Motley Fool have good articles and I find GlobeNewsWire to be fast and accurate about news.
Benzinga is on a different level to all these tho. May be I am biased because I used to have access to their enterprise subscription with my old company and it was fastest most accurate and covered a lot more than any other source. Persoanlly I’ll need their Essential package + options activity which is like $177+++ per month which is a tad bit overkill for someone like me