Author Topic: The Best Investment Analysis Tools (and Data Sources) that Money can buy  (Read 3587 times)

Spekulatius

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How do you get an invite to TIKR?
I got an PM and email. You may get it by sending an email to them:
Support@tikr.com

Her is a link to sign up:
https://app.tikr.com/register?ref=o94y6y

No Affiliation with these guys, but I use and like the site. Itís has fundamentals and news for international stocks and is still free (beta).
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patientcapital

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Does anyone know of any good free stock screeners?

Something that can handle more sophisticated queries like ROIC, international companies, etc?

Artha158

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How do you get an invite to TIKR?
I got an PM and email. You may get it by sending an email to them:
Support@tikr.com

Her is a link to sign up:
https://app.tikr.com/register?ref=o94y6y

No Affiliation with these guys, but I use and like the site. Itís has fundamentals and news for international stocks and is still free (beta).

Thanks for the link.

pricingpower

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For daily news a Bloomberg terminal is the gold standard but Iíve found Fidelityís daily news alerts to be strong, I have it set up as a 8:30am daily email for sec filings press releases and headlines.  Used to also use Google Alerts but the quality has gone way down in recent years. 

Credit card data and satellite data (how much traffic at a retailer or oil in a storage tank) are more useful for trading than investing.  GLG expert network and sell side research analysts are probably still more informative for longer term market consensus.

Scraping online inventory listings and predicting index add/removals.  I read somewhere that nearly 10pct of internet traffic is now automated scraping for financial interests, dunno if right but thatís believable.

jfan

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Does anyone know of any good free stock screeners?

Something that can handle more sophisticated queries like ROIC, international companies, etc?

Try screener.co

It has like a really retro Ycharts for a very small monthly cost. They have a free one-month trial to test it out.

jfan

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How do you get an invite to TIKR?
I got an PM and email. You may get it by sending an email to them:
Support@tikr.com

Her is a link to sign up:
https://app.tikr.com/register?ref=o94y6y

No Affiliation with these guys, but I use and like the site. Itís has fundamentals and news for international stocks and is still free (beta).

They've recently included the 13-F of a number of investing gurus. It is also quite comprehensive with the transcripts of conference calls and industry presentations.