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October 31, 2006


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This is fantastic! I'm a paying subscriber to morningstar so I can get the stock and fund reports, but the fact that they are letting everyone test them out for a few days is great. I love their reports and they are very informative. It provides all of the important technical and fundamental information in a very quick and easy to read report.

I recommend everyone to get the reports on at least the stocks they currently hold, and if you have been looking at some companies lately, pick those up too.

Can you download them? That would be cool so that you can download all of them and go through them later.

Check out the electronic resources offered by your public library. My library offers a Morningstar Library Edition online for free. I can access Morningstar stock and fund research online, free, all the time. All I have to do is going through the library link and authenticate with my library card and PIN.

I signed up but it won't let me access any of the reports unless I sign up for a 14 day trial for their premium service. What happened to the two free days?

Nice of you to give Morningstar the free advertising.

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