I would love to see more advanced questions about investing in the stock market on this site.
That is an area I don't know much about. I have already enjoyed and learned from some of the Technical Analysis questions here, and would love to see more.
I would be disappointed to see that leave and go to another site. Instead, I'd rather see more of that here. This site is big enough for all of us.
Just about all the proposed questions for the new site (certainly all the ones that have hit 10 votes) are on-topic here and should be welcome here. And that brings me to my main point:
We need to be more careful about how we treat new questions on this site.
Too often I have seen what could be a good question closed here because it was not related enough to "personal finance." I do see the need for limiting the scope of the site; however, I think that too often we are overzealous with our closing of questions. Before having a knee-jerk reaction to an advanced question and hitting the "close" button, let's really consider how a question could be useful to an individual investor. Many questions are, on the surface, questions about business, but ultimately are useful to someone who want to invest in a business. If you see a question about some detail of the way the stock market operates, you might initially think that it is an institutional investor question, but the answer is probably still useful to the individual investor and should stay.
Let's first look for a reason to keep questions open, rather than only looking for a reason to close.
If we had done that in the past, no one would be proposing the other site. Let's turn it around now, before the new site is created.