We are a Financial Media Corporation located in New York, NY. Our parent company “Judi Inc”, is located in Canada’s Waterloo Region in Kitchener, Ontario. We provide research on U.S. Equities, commodities, bonds and much more. We fetch the latest news and research on issues to keep you informed whether your an Asset Manager or a Day Trader. Our goal is to increase your survival rate in the market. Before we go any further, we want to make clear that we are not paid or endorsed by any company, their managers, or any affiliate of any company. We are not paid or endorsed by any company that we conduct equity research on, this includes its managers, its affiliates, or its investors. We do not hold any market position within any financial instruments that we conduct research on. For more on this, please read our disclaimer at the bottom of this page..
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Our homepage will feature all of our posts whether they are about finance, politics, or general research. If you are wondering what equity research is, please read the next paragraph. It is important to understand that we are here to make money, as are you and thus the focus of our platform is to help others make money whether they are Asset Managers or Day Traders.
Equity Research as Media:
Securities research (or Equity research if you are looking at stocks) is a discipline within the financial services industry. Securities research professionals are known most generally as analysts. Securities analysts are commonly divided between the two basic kinds of securities: equity analysts (researching stocks and their issuers) and fixed income analysts (researching bond issuers). However, there are some analysts who cover all of the securities of a particular issuer, stocks, and bonds alike.
Securities analysts are usually further subdivided by industry specialization — among the industries with the most analyst coverage — biotechnology, financial services, energy, and computer hardware, software, and services. Fixed income analysts are also often subdivided by asset class—among the fixed income asset classes with the most analyst coverage are convertible bonds, high yield bonds, and distressed bonds. Although technically not securities, syndicated bank loans typically fall within the domain of fixed income analysts, and are covered, as if they were bonds, by reference to the industry of their borrowers or asset class in which their credit quality would place them.
In the broadest terms, securities analysts seek to develop and communicate to investors insights regarding the value, risk, and volatility of a covered security, and thus assist investors to decide whether to buy, hold, sell, sell short, or simply avoid the security in question or derivative securities. To gather the information required to do so, securities analysts review periodic financial disclosures (such as made by United States-listed issuers to the Securities and Exchange Commission) of the issuer and other relevant companies, participate or listen in on management conference calls, read industry news and use trading history and industry information databases, interview managers and customers of the issuer, and (sometimes) perform their own primary research.
Securities include equities, bonds, and various other financial instruments, and can be categorized by the security type or whether they are buy-side research or sell-side research. Equity research is conducted by sell-side analysts at investment banks and independent equity research boutiques. On the buy-side, investors also perform buy-side research; however, this is often not published and is inconsistent. Professional researchers focus on particular industries and regularly attend quarterly earnings conference calls. Sell-side research is offered as part of a broad set of financial services including broking and corporate finance. Sell-side research is very expensive for retail investors to obtain. New regulation in Europe, Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II), is set to change how research is bought. Research must be “unbundled” from execution costs and priced by the research provider. It has typically been accessed by institutional investors through Thomson Reuters subscription services or Bloomberg terminals but marketplaces like Research Exchange Ltd have emerged where individual research reports or subscriptions can be purchased.
Independent equity research has largely sprung into existence as a result of scandals such as Enron, Lernout & Hauspie and Worldcom where investment banks wrote positive research despite deteriorating fundamentals or fraudulent management. This is where we come in. As a media company, we focus on providing media content to all audience regardless of income. Since we are not paid by anyone to do research on anything and since we only make revenue through advertising and have no financial positions on the market, we make sure that we only publish truth. If some bonds are rated triple A by Standard & Poor, but we see that they are junk, we will make sure to report on that.
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