Finding credible and reputable sources means thinking about the range of players involved in the issue and what information they may publish.
These could be:
companies, financial institutions
the markets –stock, bond, commodities, currency
analysts – equity research
industry and trade associations, stakeholder and advocacy organizations
economists, think tanks, research institutes
governments – federal, provincial, municipal
public agencies - utilities, regulators, courts
media – newspapers, magazines, tv, social
academics in a variety of disciplines: philosophy, law, medicine, environmental science, business, sociology, politics, economics ...