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This Guide collects a variety of resources relevant to students the School of Business and Economics. Because there are so many materials important to business topics, future guides will break-out special areas to provide more focus.
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Go Farther!

When looking at stocks it is important to look beyond market performance, P/E ratio, and the like to see how the underlying company performance is. Be sure to visit the "Company Research" tab to learn about company financials, read qualitative analyses of company performance, and more.

You may also want to look up articles in magazines like Money, Fortune, Forbes, and Black Enterprise as well as reading the Wall Street Journal. Those resources are available on the "Journals, Trade Magazines, and News" tab.

Investment Databases

These sources provide in-depth market performance data about various equities and industries. Expert analyses, portfolio "screeners" to analyze the balance of your portfolio, and regular advice on investment is available in all of these databases. There are also training and discussion modules.

Remember to use your Name and your Banner ID for off-campus access!

  • MorningStar Library Edition
    The Morningstar FundInvestor is probably the best known source of ratings and analyses of mutual funds. In addition to this essential information and other fund-tracking data Morningstart also provides stock data and analyses.
  • Standard & Poors NetAdvantage
    Standard & Poors NetAdvantage analyzes the market performance of companies and industries. Market news and economic insights as well as tracking of the S&P500 are also available here.

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