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During Spring Semester 2015, we are fortunate to have a trial to Morningstar Investment Research Center, an “all-inclusive investment research database designed specifically for libraries.”
Stock reports or analyst reports can be found in a number of different online databases. This video playlist shows you the best places to look.
If you are doing company research, you will want to check analysts’ opinions of your company(s). This video shows you how to find stock reports in Standard Poor’s NetAdvantage.
Provides online access to a variety of company, industry, and country reports, including Standard and Poor’s Stock Reports, EDGAR filings, Standard and Poor’s Industry Surveys, and much more.
Zack’s Equity Reports (stock reports) offer 6-7 page analysis of companies, including things like buy/sell/hold recommendations, reasons to buy, reasons to sell, and a good amount of analysis for reach company.
If you’re analyzing a company, you may want to check out stock reports or equity reports. This video demonstrates how to find Zack’s Equity Reports in LexisNexis Academic.
If you’re analyzing a company, you might want to look at equity or stock reports for you company. This video shows you how to find equity reports in the Mergent Online database.
Value Line is an essential source to use when analyzing a company or equity, or comparing peers in a specific industry.
Standard & Poor’s Stock Reports contain “qualitative and quantitative in-depth S&P research, analysis and tools on more than 1,500 U.S. and 300 non-U.S. corporations, including qualitative buy/sell/hold S&P STARS* opinions.
Mergent Equity Research Reports provides access to individual analyst equity reports on over 4,000 large and mid-cap U.S. companies. Each company report is updated quarterly with weekly updated reports on over 100 companies.
This video highlights the Value Line Investment Survey, an essential publication to use when analyzing a company or an industry.