Databook has an array of features that allow you to quickly research a company's finances.

View financial and industry metrics

Databook offers a range of key metrics to help you understand company performance. 

To view metrics:

  1. Search for a company
  2. Select Metrics from the menu on the left
  3. Choose the metrics you want to view

All the charts are interactive. To view performance versus the peer group in any time period, click on the median bar in the chart for that time period to drill down.

You can also use the 'Download Chart' button to export the chart as a graphic.


Customize the peer group

You may wish to add or remove companies from the competitor group that Databook has created for a company.

To do this:

  1. Search for a company
  2. Select Metrics from the menu on the left
  3. Add or remove companies from the 'Compare against...' box above the chart

The chart will automatically update for the new competitor group you have chosen. Your edited peer group will remain if you select other metrics for the same company.

Changes to the edited peer group will not be saved, however, if you navigate away from the Metrics page for the company.

(More details in this article.)


View company filings
It can be helpful to read a company's annual report or quarterly filings for a more detailed view.

To view company filings:

  1. Search for a company
  2. Select Filings from the menu on the left
  3. Choose the company documents you wish to read

Filings are currently only available for companies who file reports in the US.

View investor presentations
Investor presentations can be a valuable resource, giving additional insights into a company's financial situation and strategy. 

To view investor presentations:

  1. Search for a company
  2. Select IR Presentations from the Premium Insights section of the menu on the left
  3. Choose the presentation you wish to read (click on the link below the image to open it)

Investor presentations are only available for companies that you have chosen as Key Accounts.

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