Answered By: Linda Rosen
Last Updated: Aug 07, 2017     Views: 4

Analyst Reports contain advice on whether to buy or sell the securities of specific companies or industries. They are produced by research analysts employed by firms that may have an interest in selling securities; however, they can provide a useful model to students in understanding how investment professionals analyze an industry and what data points they find of most interest. 

Harvard affiliates may visit Baker Library to access Thomson ONE.  This database is not available for remote access for non-HBS students.

Please note that analyst reports from several highly ranked investment firms are not included in Thomson ONE access (ex. Goldman Sachs, BOFA Merrill Lynch, Barclays etc.) Also, ThomsonOne only works in Internet Explorer. 

How to locate COMPANY analyst reports:

  1. Use Thomson ONE
  2. Enter the ticker symbol or company name
  3. Click on Research
  4. Adjust the date range for reports

Thomson ONE menu options

 

How to locate INDUSTRY/GEOGRAPHY analyst reports using keywords:

  1. Use Thomson ONE
  2. Click on Screening & Analysis, then on Research
  3. Enter key terms and/or select Industry, Geography, Contributor (investment bank or publisher), or other criteria
  4. Adjust the date range for reports

  Thomson ONE menu options

 

 

  • Emerging Market Information System (EMIS): Once in a country's page in the database, click "Industry" and then select "Industry Research" to see whether any investment bank analyst reports are available.

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