What is MarketBeat All Access?
MarketBeat All Access is our premier research platform that includes MarketBeat Daily Premium, My MarketBeat, email and SMS alerts, MarketBeat's full suite of research tools and stock screeners, a real-time news feed, the MarketBeat Idea Engine, proprietary brokerage rankings, extended data export tools and much more. All Access subscribers also receive proprietary research reports, premium customer support and early delivery of their daily newsletter.
What's included in MarketBeat All Access that's not included with MarketBeat Daily Premium?
In addition to receiving MarketBeat Daily Premium, My MarketBeat and email and SMS alerts, you will receive access to our full suite of research tools and stock screeners, our live news feed, proprietary recommendations from MarketBeat's Idea Engine and a variety of premium reports. You will also receive additional benefits, including extended data export, premium customer support and priority delivery of your morning newsletter.
What if I'm already subscribed to MarketBeat Daily Premium?
Your MarketBeat All Access subscription includes MarketBeat Daily Premium and will replace any existing subscriptions you have with MarketBeat.com. We'll discontinue billing you for your existing subscriptions when you sign up for MarketBeat All Access and provide a credit for any unused time on your current subscriptions for your MarketBeat All Access subscription. For example, if you had $65.00 of unused credit, two additional months would be added on to the end of your new subscription.
How much does MarketBeat All Access cost?
Subscriptions to MarketBeat Daily Premium cost $39.97 for a one month subscription or $399.00 for a one year subscription.
What countries does MarketBeat cover?
MarketBeat All Access includes analyst recommendations for all major U.S., U.K. and Canadian stocks. Please note that Canadian stock ratings are currently only available in the afternoon edition of MarketBeat Daily Premium. U.K. and U.S. ratings are available in the morning and afternoon editions of MarketBeat Daily Premium. MarketBeat also covers earnings, dividends, insider trades and news headlines for U.S., U.K. and Canadian companies.
What is the MarketBeat Idea Engine?
MarketBeat's Idea Engine uses more than two dozen algorithmic factors and technical indicators to identify stocks that are poised for near-term growth. Some events that may place a stock on the Idea Engine list include beating earnings estimates, increasing a dividend, multiple positive analyst recommendations, announcing a buyback or a stock split, or a significant increase in the positivity of news about a stock. New recommendations are posted every Monday morning. Remember that stock ideas listed in the MarketBeat Idea Engine are just that - ideas. You should not purchase a stock or any other security without doing your own research and consulting a qualified financial professional.
How do MarketBeat's breaking news alerts work?
MarketBeat Daily Premium enables you to create a watchlist of stocks that you want to receive additional information about in your daily newsletter and on My MarketBeat. Your account will have a toggle that enables you to choose to receive email or SMS alerts for each stock on your watchlist. When MarketBeat is made aware of important breaking news for a stock that you're following, you will recieve a brief email or SMS message with the relevant information and a link to read more. MarketBeat sends breaking news alerts for new analyst recommendations, dividend declarations, earnings announcements, changes in corporate guidance, insider trading activity, unusual options activity and breaking news headlines.
When does the premium newsletter get delivered to MarketBeat All Access subscribers?
The morning edition of MarketBeat Daily Premium is delivered at 8:50 AM Eastern (5:50 AM Pacific) to MarketBeat All Access subscribers, a full 40 minutes before the market opens. The afternoon edition of MarketBeat Daily Premium, which contains updated headlines and mid-day ratings changes, is delivered at 4:30 PM Eastern (12:30 PM Pacific).
How are MarketBeat's broker accuracy and performance ratings calculated?
MarketBeat uses a combination of two metrics to calculate brokerage performance and accuracy rankings, including the average twelve-month ROI of "buy" and "strong buy" recommendations and the accuracy of each brokerage's price target predictions. Brokerages that issue ratings with higher average ROIs and more accurate price targets will receive higher star ratings than their peers with lower-average ROIs and less accurate price targets. Brokerages can earn ratings anywhere from 1 star to 5 stars. Brokerages that have issued fewer than ten tracked research reports during the most recent reporting year will not be ranked.
Where does MarketBeat get its ratings data?
MarketBeat makes use of more than thirty different data sources to compile its ratings database. Many brokers report their ratings to MarketBeat directly. MarketBeat also tracks equities research notes using various private data feeds and public media mentions. MarketBeat keeps track of more than 175,000 ratings changes each year and offers the most comprehensive database of analyst ratings and recommendations on the web.
How quickly are ratings available in MarketBeat All Access after they're released?
The gap of time between when a research note is published and when it's broadly available online can vary significantly depending on which service is reporting on it. Because MarketBeat makes use of dozens of data sources for analyst recommendations, MarketBeat can generally report on ratings before they are broadly recognized by the market and before they are widely reported in the financial news media.
Can I export the data in MarketBeat All Access to Excel or CSV format?
Yes. As a MarketBeat All Access subscriber, you are permitted to download the most recent 6 months of analysts' ratings changes, earnings announcements, dividends and insider trades. These datasets are made available as CSV and Excel files, which you can use for your own research purposes. Please note that you may not re-publish data from MarketBeat.com without written permission.
What payment methods are accepted by MarketBeat.com?
You can pay for your subscription using your debit or credit card through our merchant provider (Stripe). MarketBeat accepts all major credit cards, including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Discover, and Diners Club. You can also sign up for a subscription using PayPal. MarketBeat does not accept payments via cash or check.
What is the refund policy for MarketBeat All Access?
If you are in any way unsatisfied with MarketBeat All Access during the first 30 days of your service, we'll provide you a full refund, no questions asked.
I have a question about MarketBeat All Access.
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