How updated is the market data/analysis provided?
Share prices: These are the prices at which shares of a company are bought and sold in the stock market. Since GoodWhale’s data isn’t real-time, you wouldn’t see share prices changing instantly as they fluctuate during the trading day. Instead, the prices are updated at the end of the trading day, reflecting the final price at which the shares were traded that day. This is often referred to as the closing price.
Financial Statements: These are reports produced by a company to present its financial performance and position over a certain period. They include the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement. GoodWhale updates these within 3-5 working days from the date of the official announcement released to the exchange. This means that after a company releases its financial statements, you can expect to see the updated information on GoodWhale within about a week.
Analysis and Valuation: These are likely to include measures and assessments such as the company’s earnings per share (EPS), price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio, and other financial ratios and indicators that investors use to evaluate a company’s worth and the potential profitability of investing in its shares. These pieces of information are updated according to the latest financial statements. So, when a new financial statement is released and updated on GoodWhale, the analysis and valuation metrics based on that statement would also be updated.
Please note that while this information aims to be as accurate as possible, the details of GoodWhale’s data update procedures are subject to change and may vary. It’s always a good idea to refer directly to GoodWhale’s own resources for the most current and precise information. Additionally, this information is intended to provide general insight into these types of data updates and may not account for all specifics or nuances. The actual timing and nature of updates may depend on a range of factors, including but not limited to the policies of the stock exchange, the company in question, and GoodWhale itself. This information should not be used as the sole basis for making investment decisions. Always conduct thorough research and consider seeking advice from a qualified financial advisor.
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