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Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Keeping up with S&P changes

Here is a great investing tool that I use all the time. It is a link to free daily listings of S&P rating changes on stocks.

Several years ago one of the best things I loved about my Etrade brokerage account was it provided daily updates to S&P rating changes. Unfortunately this featured was removed and I missed it terribly until I found this site.

I find this daily listing a concise way to get updates on large-cap stocks and get analyst opinions at the same time. Best of all its free.

3 Comments:

  • Nice find - I've del.icio.us'd it. Great blog, too - keep up the good work.

    By Anonymous Kyle Welsh, at 9:41 AM  

  • Hey, nice blog. Considering that I don't have a stock portfolio, I'd like to ask you whether you would put togther enough money to open an eTrade account or toss money at something more pressing, like credit card debt?

    By Anonymous How To Be Poor, at 4:38 PM  

  • Interesting blog. I too am a firm believer in "Keeping up with S&P changes." I also was upset when E*Trade did away with the link on their screens. The did put it back, but just today did an "upgrade" to the screens... once again deleting the listing. However, after being very upset about the change.. the strangest thing happened. I went to Google to search for another way to find a quick list of the Star changes. Google actually retired a link to the current listing ON THE E*TRADE WEBSITE, EVEN THOUGH IT WAS NOT A MENU OPTION ON THE SITE ITSELF. I had not logged out of E*Trade before browsing on Google, so when I click on the Google link for the listing on E*Trade, it took me right to the E*Trade screen and I was still logged in. Crazy thing!

    By the way... that same Google search listed your blog in the first few listings, which is how I found you. Your link to the BusinessWeek listing helpful, but I am so glad to find that I can still get to E*Trade's concise list by going through Google.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:32 AM  

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