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I've only used gurufocus for research myself. I noticed morningstar premium is pretty cheap. I'm curious to know from those of you who have used both what the difference is? Also, if there's other research sites you prefer I'd like to hear about it.

 

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I've only used gurufocus for research myself. I noticed morningstar premium is pretty cheap. I'm curious to know from those of you who have used both what the difference is? Also, if there's other research sites you prefer I'd like to hear about it.

 

Thanks.

 

I believe gurufocus uses morningstar data, so you kinda get a two in one there. That said, I don't believe gurufocus subscribes to all of morningstar's data, like their data on ETFs and mutual funds.

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Subscribe to Morningstar.  I'm looking at cancelling my Bloomberg sub and I'll subscribe to M* once I do that.  The data is comparable for most stocks (even international).  Morningstar's screening tools are terrible.

 

For reference, I was quoted that to buy two fields of M* data for 1,000 stocks would be $800/mo.  This is why GuruFocus doesn't have everything, it's a per field per stock cost.  Or you can just subscribe to M* itself for a few hundred bucks and get everything.

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Some publice libraries offer Morningstar for free. Check it out first.

 

I 2nd that (been using it for years with my library card & am able to access it from anywhere in the world...)

 

Fair values are to be taken with a large dose of salt & SOME of the analysts seem to just copy from the shareholders letter & MD&A and will omit facts that makes it seem like they didn't really read up on the company. I like reading the K's, Q's & Proxies first & then see how it matches up with Mstar analysis.

 

I really like the Monthly Stock Newsletter & find Matt Coffina to be very candid in his analysis & the mistakes he's made (WEB should hire him) although I've never bought anything he's recommended, he has helped me build my watchlist.

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Some public libraries offer Morningstar for free. Check it out first.

 

Even if your library does not have access, you can get non-resident card from some libraries.  A list is given in below link.

 

Fairfax county costs 27$/year and has access to morningstar, valueline, Barrons & Wall Street journal.

 

http://blog.the-ebook-reader.com/2011/09/22/library-ebooks-for-non-residents-where-to-get-ebooks-if-your-library-is-lacking/

 

Below link has some details on the access you can at different libraries, but I have not checked if all of them have morningstar & valueline that I am interested in.

 

https://wiki.mobileread.com/wiki/EBook_Lending_Libraries#USA_Libraries_that_offer_cards_online_or_by_mail.2C_to_non-residents

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Some public libraries offer Morningstar for free. Check it out first.

 

Even if your library does not have access, you can get non-resident card from some libraries.  A list is given in below link.

 

Fairfax county costs 27$/year and has access to morningstar, valueline, Barrons & Wall Street journal.

 

http://blog.the-ebook-reader.com/2011/09/22/library-ebooks-for-non-residents-where-to-get-ebooks-if-your-library-is-lacking/

 

Below link has some details on the access you can at different libraries, but I have not checked if all of them have morningstar & valueline that I am interested in.

 

https://wiki.mobileread.com/wiki/EBook_Lending_Libraries#USA_Libraries_that_offer_cards_online_or_by_mail.2C_to_non-residents

 

this is surprisingly helpful and cheap alternative to all of those. i will look into this over the next few days.

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Some public libraries offer Morningstar for free. Check it out first.

 

Even if your library does not have access, you can get non-resident card from some libraries.  A list is given in below link.

 

Fairfax county costs 27$/year and has access to morningstar, valueline, Barrons & Wall Street journal.

 

http://blog.the-ebook-reader.com/2011/09/22/library-ebooks-for-non-residents-where-to-get-ebooks-if-your-library-is-lacking/

 

Below link has some details on the access you can at different libraries, but I have not checked if all of them have morningstar & valueline that I am interested in.

 

https://wiki.mobileread.com/wiki/EBook_Lending_Libraries#USA_Libraries_that_offer_cards_online_or_by_mail.2C_to_non-residents

 

I opened this webpage and searched for "morningstar". I got no results back. How do you access the e-subscription?

https://fairfax.overdrive.com/

 

 

 

 

I live in King county. There are some results for morning star.

https://kcls.bibliocommons.com/search?&t=smart&search_category=keyword&q=morningstar

 

I wonder if the correct one is this?

https://kcls.bibliocommons.com/item/show/226566082_morningstar_mutual_funds

 

 

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