We've put together this handy guide to our Investment
Tools section so that you can get started researching your investment prospects right away.
Guide to Stocks
Stock Quotes -- To get the current stock quote for a company,
enter the symbol in the box and enter Go. The current stock quote will appear for the company you've
selected, along with links for further information as listed below.
Company News -- Select the Company News link on the quote screen
and read recent news and press releases issued by the company you've chosen.
-- The charts function allows you to chart various stocks against each other, and against various
markets. Here's how you can customize the chart:
Change the Chart Time Span. Choose any of the following:
Choose a market, if any, to compare against. Select any of several market indexes from
the drop-down box, including:
- 3-Month (set as default)
Compare your stock against other stocks (or markets) and create a final graph.
- NASDAQ - symbol COMP
- NYSE - symbol NYSI
- Dow Jones Industrial Average - symbol DJ_30
- S&P; 500 - symbol SPX
- AMEX - symbol XAX
Note: You can also enter the symbol directly into the Tickers to Compare box.
- Enter the symbol(s) into the Ticker to Compare box, separated by a comma and space.
- Click on the Plot button to generate the graph.
Note: If the chart appears blank, then one of the symbols was invalid, verify that you entered the
-- This option gives you business information about the company, including its primary business
location, ticker symbol, and exchange.
-- This option gives you a financial summary of the quoted company over the past three years.
-- This is the Management Discussion provided by the quoted company, and the last three
discussions made public by the company. Note: To view previous Discussions, click on the date
in the heading of the discussion.
-- This is a page with a listing of all SEC Filings made by the company within the last 4 years.
- To view the report, click on its name.
- To find out more about that kind of report, click on the question (?) mark.
Guide to Stocks
Guide to Mutual Funds
Guide to Portfolio
Guide to News, Markets, and Industries