Investment reports, also known as analyst reports, are reports written by business experts that examine a company's performance in order to help potential and existing investors determine whether to buy, hold, or sell investments in a company.
You can find analyst/investment reports in the following databases:
Click on the links above to learn how to find investment/analyst reports in each of the sources listed.
Login to Gale Business: Insights.
Click on the Browse All Companies button, enter a company's name in the search box, and then click on the company's name on the search results page.
On the company profile page, click on the All Reports link next to the "Investment Reports" heading in the “Financial performance” section.
On the reports page, click on the Investment Reports link toward the top of the page to see available reports. Note that reports can be sorted by analyst as well as by publication date and title/description.
Login to Hoovers.
Enter a company’s name in the “Search for a Company” box at the top of the database’s home page.
In the “Advanced” section on the left-hand side of the company information page, you may see a link for Analyst Reports.
Login to Nexis Uni.
Click on the Menu link in the upper left-hand corner of the database’s home page and then on Company Dossier.
Enter a company’s name in the “Company name” search box and click on its name on the results page.
Click on the Investment Research link on the left-hand side of the company snapshot page and then on the link for Analyst Reports and/or Zacks Investment Research to see available reports.