Expert Tips - April 1, 2018
Expert Tips: News & Indicators
Expert Tips are designed to help you get the most out of your YCharts subscription. Hone your skills, practice new ones, or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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Interest Rates & Other Economic Data
Click “Data” then “Economic Indicators” to browse YCharts’ entire universe of more than a quarter of a million economic indicators. For example, the “Interest Rates” category gives insights into the debt market and the effects of monetary policy. Economic indicators can also be found by type searching from any YCharts page.
Analysts’ recommendations are shown in the Analyst Coverage section of any Quote Page. Click the chart icon next to each recommendation to chart how analyst sentiment toward a stock has changed over time.
Economy Summary Deck
Visit “Support Topics” and “Presentation Materials” to access the downloadable Economy Summary Deck, which includes talking points to keep you informed and enhance your conversations with clients and prospects. Swap in your firm’s branding for distribution, or reach out to your support contact to assist in re-branding.
Stocks Data Page
The “Stocks Data” page is an intuitive market overview including index performance, top movers, upcoming security and economic events, and more. Monitor high-profile stocks and investigate further through dynamically linked tickers to gain insights into potential investment opportunities.
Editing News Sources
Use YCharts to stay informed about events and releases important to you. Modify your news sources to improve the value of information you receive:
Comparable analysis is widely used to evaluate a company or fund relative to others in a similar asset class or industry. Customize your peer group to increase the accuracy of your analysis:
Did you know you can document and share ideas within YCharts? Stay organized and increase efficiency by leveraging Notes throughout your financial research process.
Stay informed of important dates for Earnings, Dividends, and Splits/Spinoffs using the Events Calendar. Filter by date or event type and pull in a list based on an index, ETF or mutual fund, or your own Watchlist to zero in on securities most important to you.