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Financial Statement Analysis and Security Valuation , by Stephen Penman WEB LINKS INDEX i. Coverage of U.S. Companies A. Company Information/Overview C. Current Financial News D. Earnings Report Calendars E. Analysts’ Reports and Research F. US Stock Exchange Sites G. Insider Trading Reports H. Investor Forums I. Ticker Symbol Look-up J. K. Earnings Surprise Reports A. Coverage of International Companies i. ii. Emerging Markets iii. ADRs iv. International Stock Exchange Sites B. i. Industry Research and Analyst Reports ii. Industry Overview and Trends iii. Portfolio Tracking iv. SIC Codes v. Company Comparison Tools C. H istorical Data D. Indices and Investment Returns F. Financial Reporting Policy A. Accounting Standards, Regulators, Government Agencies and Organizations
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vi. Research Tools B. Financial Glossaries C. Stock Screening Engines D. Charting Engines Note: Web Sites came and go, so some links may longer exist. “Free” sites migrate to paid subscription sites over time.
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I. Coverage of U.S. Companies A. Company Information/ Overview These sites give you a basic company overview, including company profiles, current stock price charts, current and historical price multiples, some analysis of fundamentals, current news reports, and analyst forecasts. Some sites require membership, but there is much free information on these sites. Choose one and make it your primary first stop resource. If you are a university student or faculty member, you will be able to access subscription- based resources through your library’s web access. At Columbia Business School, go to: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/indiv/business/ . Select a database (many of which can be accessed anywhere), and log on to the sites using your unix id (the first part of your email address, do not add "@columbia.edu") and enter your password. Subscription-based services via the Internet (through library web access) S&P (Standard & Poor's Market Insight) is very comprehensive. You can look up a symbol, type in a company or ticker, and receive a plethora of relevant information: company profile sheet, financial highlights, competitive analysis (comps that you can download into excel), corporate actions, news, etc. A (limited) educational version of Market Insight is available in the Student Edition of the web site for the Penman book. The Business & Company Recourse Center is good for a basic company overview. Type in your company name, key word or ticker- and you will get SIC & NAICS codes and key officer & company data. You can also find news, investment reports (from Investext), financials, rankings, and an industry overview- based on SIC codes. You can also get information on private companies (although not much). OSIRIS is a comprehensive database of listed corporations, banks and insurance
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