Best news site for list of upgrades and downgrades for pre-market filters

Discussion in 'Trading' started by Daal, May 15, 2012.

  1. Daal


    I've found stock lists incomplete, yahoo, google and also miss a stock upgrade and downgrade here and there and it gets very costly when they do. What are some other sites?
  2. emg



    if u want the best news site, u should become an insider

  3. Surdo


    The Fly on The Wall is worthwhile if you can not afford Bloomberg.
    Are you new?:D
  4. I'd be interested as well. I'm also getting a little frustrated with briefing.

    But just to add, our group's programmer used to send a list of news stocks to all of us every day. But he used to go to at least 5 different sites to make the list. He said it was because they ALL missed a couple of different things every day which the other sites would pick up.

    I'm wondering if there is such a thing as a truly comprehensive site to go to every day.
  5. emg, shut the fuck up.
  6. Bob111


    fly is the best what we can get on our retail level. briefing is always late(at least they are when i compared them while ago) and it's not really their specialty.
  7. Daal


    I'm using fly on the wall and its decent for the price. Yet its lagging the price action in the stocks by at least 1 minute for news during market hours.
    Does anyone have experience with QuoteCenter?It supposed to deliver Reuters news in real-time
  8. Bob111

    Bob111 have to understand one thing-regardless to what you subscribe or how much you pay-on retail level you have no choice to be 'first', before everybody else. if you analyze all the data-you will find that move almost always precedes the news.
  9. Daal


    Not trying to be the first. Just want to minimize the lag for a reasonable price(BBGT is out of the question)
  10. Bob111


    i see no info whatsoever about upgrades\downgrades on your link above. and if you check yahoo for example(they do provide news from reuters)-the main source for upgrades\downgrades info is either briefing or fly.

    you can probably ask them what type of news Thompson \reuters provide and let us know about the outcome. i'm pretty sure it's just basic market news. not even some stock\corporate events related.
    #10     May 16, 2012