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Postby AsleepInYorkshire » April 15th, 2019, 10:47 am

I'd be grateful if someone could recommend or point me in the right direction for fundamental information please. I've been using the LSE website but suspect there may be something more user friendly out there.

Also does anyone know where I can obtain price charts and other fundamentals over 5 years old please?

Thank you in advance for any assistance/ help offered.

Oh I should say I'm happy to pay for this kind of information but only if such payment brings value to the table over and above any free offerings

Thank you

AiY

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Re: Free Fundamentals Source

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Postby kiloran » April 15th, 2019, 11:01 am

No recommendation as such, but I've compiled a list of various useful data sources: http://lemonfoolfinancialsoftware.weebl ... sites.html

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Re: Free Fundamentals Source

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Postby AsleepInYorkshire » April 15th, 2019, 11:08 am

kiloran wrote:No recommendation as such, but I've compiled a list of various useful data sources: http://lemonfoolfinancialsoftware.weebl ... sites.html

--kiloran


Thank you for your help and kindness :)

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Re: Free Fundamentals Source

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Postby Dod101 » April 15th, 2019, 11:13 am

The best fundamental information source is the Annual and Interim Reports. That is where I guess all these third party sources get their data (and they do not always transcribe it very accurately)

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Re: Free Fundamentals Source

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Postby monabri » April 15th, 2019, 12:54 pm

AsleepInYorkshire wrote:I'd be grateful if someone could recommend or point me in the right direction for fundamental information please. I've been using the LSE website but suspect there may be something more user friendly out there.

Also does anyone know where I can obtain price charts and other fundamentals over 5 years old please?

Thank you in advance for any assistance/ help offered.

Oh I should say I'm happy to pay for this kind of information but only if such payment brings value to the table over and above any free offerings

Thank you

AiY



Be careful about simply looking at share price on a historical basis ...there are occasions when there have been share splits/consolidations/special dividends returned to the shareholders and this might not be apparent from a simple chart of time v price. Its not always obvious if these have occurred.

I use dividenddata (free - see Kiloren's list) which I find very useful for yield history, dividend history and share splits/consolidations/special dividends. .

If you do simply want share prices , then type in the companies name into Google ( example AV. Share price) and you will get a graph ( see caveats above).

What do you class as fundamental information?


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