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InvestorIdeas.com - Due Diligence

InvestorIdeas.com has added this due diligence section in response to incoming questions from investors. It is our experience, based on feedback, that some individual investors only consider due diligence after they have purchased shares in a company! We recommend that all investors complete due diligence prior to investing. Please be aware, that upon completion of in-depth due diligence there is still a risk factor in all forms of investing.

Before You Invest - Investigate! For an article on how to complete due diligence, click here

Forms of Due Diligence Investors Have Access To (This is only a partial list as an example)

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Company Websites

  • Please note not all company websites are updated on a regular basis so you should use additional content sources to ensure accuracy.

Company IR and PR Contacts

  • Please be aware the IR contacts can only disseminate and distribute publicly disclosed information.

Yahoo! Finance

  • Yahoo! Finance is an excellent source of information on public companies, but they cannot assure 100% accuracy. Yahoo! relies on other content source providers including Reuters and some public company information is not updated or accurate.

Hoovers

News Wire Services

Third Party Content

News Sources / Media (Partial List)

Investor Chat Rooms and Message Boards

  • Please be aware that message boards are a venue to express freedom of speech and can be abused by excessive postings, abusive commentary, defamation of character and inaccurate and false information. They are a format for individual investors to post information with an agenda to make a stock go up or down and should be read and considered accordingly. www.InvestorIdeas.com/Resources/InvestorChat.asp
  • "Lawyers say defamation lawsuits against message board posters by companies wanting to silence their online critics are on the rise." http://wired-vig.wired.com/news/business/0,1367,50548,00.html

Blogs (Web logs that are updated regularly)

  • A new media form of information, but are based on, and restricted by, the writer's depth of research and personal opinions. http://www.blogsearchengine.com

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