Morningstar is the leading provider of independent investment research. With a mission to empower investor success, Morningstar builds products that connect people to the investing information and tools we need.
With a Morningstar subscription, you have access to data on approximately 456,000 investment offerings, including stocks, mutual funds, and similar vehicles, along with real-time global market data on more than 12 million equities, indexes, futures, options, commodities, and precious metals, in addition to foreign exchange and Treasury markets.
With your library card, you can now access Morningstar at home without a subscription fee. Morningstar is available without a library card in the Library.
Should you start investing with stocks or mutual funds? Learn about personal finance, retirement, start investing, saving for college, the economy, and more topics at Morningstar.com through magazine-style articles. Accessing Morningstar, through the link above, has an “Investing Classroom” with more in-depth training on stocks, bonds, retirement, etc.
When you log onto Morningstar, reading a Stock Analysis Report can be confusing and overwhelming. Morningstar’s User Guide has helpful documentation that includes how to read a Stock Analysis Report. Or, here is a PDF explanation we found helpful as well. If you prefer watching content, Morningstar also has a vast amount of content on Youtube to watch.