American Consumer News, LLC dba MarketBeat

American Consumer News, LLC dba MarketBeat

MarketBeat empowers individual investors to make better trading decisions by providing real-time financial data and objective market analysis.

Company Overview

Early on, MarketBeat's team recognized that the best research tools in the world are useless unless they are backed by comprehensive, accurate and up-to-the-minute financial data. Existing financial data providers offered incomplete, fragmented and sometimes inaccurate information at the time. In response, MarketBeat set out to create the most accurate and most comprehensive data sets of analyst recommendations, dividend declarations, earnings announcements, insider transactions and other financial data points and began making that data available through their website and through their daily newsletters for free. Eight years later, MarketBeat has grown by several orders of magnitude but their core mission remains the same: empowering individual investors to make better trading decisions by providing real-time financial data and objective market analysis. By offering unique and proprietary datasets along with a modern and intuitive user interface, MarketBeat has become the go-to resource for individual investors and institutional investors alike.

About American Consumer News, LLC dba MarketBeat

HQ Location
Sioux Falls, SD
Founded
2008
Ownership
private

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