Have questions about a term? Don't understand a ratio? Can't remember the difference betwen varying yield curves? Check out Investopedia.com. It makes a great 'go to' database when you need to look up a business or financial term.
Below are the library databases that might be useful for researching fixed income securities.
Financial database that provides up to 30 years of reported financial results (IS, BS, CF, etc.) as well as all long term debt/bonds and stock performance.
Search a company's financials and compare to peer companies as well as run statistical analysis against industries. Contains analysts reports from Fitch and Moody's as well.
- Standard & Poors Net Advantage
Company financials and analysts reports form S&P on equities, ETFs and mutual funds. Good industry overviews as well. Reports on company credit worthiness.
Analysis on equities, mutual funds, convertibles and options. Analyzes company financial strength, capital structure and credit.
- Yahoo! Finance Bond Center
- Reuters ETF Screener
- Data Planet
Good source of historical information on a wide variety of interest rates and government bond rates as well as other relevant banking statistic to fixed income investors.
- Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS)
Available through the college of business and economics.
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