Financial databases are the bread and butter of business research. They are crucial in helping you find company financials. You can make proper comparisons between companies.
This month, we want to introduce a financial database which you can access remotely, from the comfort of your home or cafe: Standard & Poor’s NetAdvantage.
A useful tool for your in-depth company and industry research, NetAdvantage enables you to evaluate performance, analyze financials, and gather market data all in one package.
Its charting tool allows you to include a variety of key metrics, include annotations, and insert moving averages and benchmarks. It can also be easily exported to Excel for presentations and further analysis.
Other financial databases you may know of
A computer software system well-known among the financial community, Bloomberg is a standalone terminal that gives you the ability to monitor real-time financial market data, access analyses and quotes for equities and indices, as well as corporate data around the world.
Wind is a standalone financial terminal that provides real-time market data, fundamental data, research, news, and analytics tools across all asset classes in China. With the Wind Terminal,you can also access its Economic Database containing China’s macroeconomic and industry time series.
To use Bloomberg or Wind, stop by our 4th floor Library.
For more financial databases you have access to: https://guides.nyu.edu/vbl/company