by CI Staff
Avid readers may recall that AAII Journal editor Charles Rotblut listed Seeking Alpha as one of his favorite Web resources in the 15th edition of AAII’s Guide to the Top Investment Web Sites. Readers may also recall a July 2011 Sitelite article on the Seeking Alpha Earnings Center. So what exactly is Seeking Alpha, and what makes it so valuable?
Seeking Alpha is a website that offers actionable stock market opinion as well as analysis. The site handpicks and publishes about 250 articles daily from the world’s top market blogs, money managers, financial experts, and investment newsletters. Moreover, Seeking Alpha is the only free online source for over 1,500 public companies’ quarterly earnings call transcripts, including those of S&P 500 companies. These transcripts are available in the Transcript Center. In addition to articles and earnings call transcripts, Seeking Alpha offers Wall Street Breakfast, a one-page daily summary of top market- and stock-related stories, and Market Currents, a blog that provides real-time, dynamic commentary on the market all day long.
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