Answered By: Bonnie Brzozowski
Last Updated: Nov 16, 2016     Views: 18

Hello,

You can research mutual funds and other investments from the Morningstar database (this is an alphabetical list of databases/journals the library subscribes to - scroll down until you see Morningstar).  You just need your library card number to access it from home (username: Corvallis; password: first 5 digits of library card number).  That is our best online resource for mutual funds, but we also have Value Line, including the Value Line Mutual Fund Survey, in print on the 2nd floor of the Corvallis-Benton County Public Library.

A free resource that also has a lot of great info is Google Finance.

Both Morningstar and Google Finance are searchable by ticker symbol or mutual fund name and includes both current and historical info.  We'd be happy to guide you through the features and options available in either of these resources, if you'd like, just get in touch.

I hope this information is helpful.  Please let us know if you have further questions about this or anything else.

Thanks for contacting the library!

Bonnie/Reference Librarian

Related Topics

Contact Us