3 Best Morningstar Competitors in 2020

Koyfin is the #1 Choice

Koyfin is the strongest competitor because it offers professional-grade investment research and data analytics in addition to powerful visualization tools such as charting – all delivered in a delightful user experience. Koyfin is used by financial advisors, research analysts, securities salespeople, and individual investors seeking to understand and profit from what’s happening in the financial markets worldwide.

Wall Street Estimates

One screen lets you monitor earnings estimates and price targets from analysts across Wall Street and view historical changes and trends in consensus estimates for earnings, sales, and operating profits.

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Financial Statement Analysis

See highlights of a company's Income Statement, Balance Sheet, and Cash Flow Statement then add it to your dashboard with the click of a mouse. View the data by different time periods both graphically and in tabular form.

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Advanced Graphing for Technicals, Fundamentals & Valuation

Customize charts to include information reflective of your investment methodology or trading style. Add notes and annotate charts to highlight trends, prices, or percentage moves. Koyfin charts can be configured to include more than 100 fundamental, technical, and valuation indicators.

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Bloomberg is the #2 Choice

Bloomberg is an investment research platform only for those who can afford it. The Bloomberg service costs $25,000 per year. So it is effectively inaccessible to most investors. The company offers just one plan. Users can't pay a lower price to subscribe to only the data they need. The platform is also very complex and overwhelming, which makes it difficult to navigate and find data.

Yahoo Finance is the #3 Choice

Yahoo Finance began by providing basic stock quotes and market information to individual investors. Today the site streams advertising-packed video nonstop. Its front page is populated with content taken from other sources and offers more opinion than insight. Delayed stock quotes and rudimentary company information is available, but deep fundamental research and data analytics are missing. Yahoo Finance has restricted many of its original features as it attempts to migrate users to a pay-to-play platform.