Thursday, August 7, 2014

Best Financial Tool for Singapore and global stocks.

I was using bloomberg and reuters financial website for most of my fundamental screening and analysis as well as holding my portfolio.

However, bloomberg have since modified their website to contain only the barest of financial summary while reuters still retain the most comprehensive financial statements and details one can find for free out there with a screener to boot.

Now, there is an even better option, I've been using Financial Times market portal for all my portfolio needs. I liked everything about it from their graphical illustrations of key financial figures and ratios(like shareinvestor). Comparative analysis of the company versus the index and sector. Their portfolio management tool is comprehensive with dividends tracking automatically.

Oh did i mentioned they have got the best screener available out there! and tons of other excellent stuff like economic calendar (of all countries). Fund screener, stock screener. Stock Alerts(without paying a subscription fee for it). Markit Short-selling activity...

Do go over and see what you are missing without paying of course. :) This is basically the poor man's bloomberg terminal.

http://markets.ft.com/research/Markets/Tearsheets/Summary?s=W05:SES



2 comments:

Richard Ng said...

I like FT's screener too!

finance4uandme said...

Thanks for sharing this!

Find this much better and more responsive than bloomberg and yahoo finance.

The portfolio even lists the dividends paid out since the first purchase.

Stock screener and metrics are useful too. One problem with the metrics is that I can't select competitors to compare with.

Thanks!
Naro