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|Welcome to UnlistedStocks.net
Q: What is UnlistedStocks.net?
A: UnlistedStocks.net is a database of financial information on pink sheet companies, and a community of investors who are passionate about investing off the beaten path.
Q: What information can I expect to find about an unlisted company on this site?
A: For every company in our database you can expect to find a company description, summary financials, and a message board where other investors share thoughts, comments, news, and links relevant to each company.
Q: What other features are available, besides hard to find financial information?
A: A stock screener, which as far as we're aware, there are no other sources on the internet to screen and profile unlisted stocks both quickly, with pre-set screens, and comprehensively with a custom screening tool.
A watchlist, where you can privately keep track of stocks that you wish to follow up with later, or make notes about a particular company that you'd rather not share with other users on the site.
Q: How does it work?
A: There are two ways to join: as a user, or as a contributor. A contributor submits details from an annual report, which helps to grow the database. In exchange the contributor receives a discount on the access fee. The fee reduction varies depending on the number of reports contributed.
A second way to join is as a user, a user pays an annual access fee but has no contribution requirements. Users are able to contribute to the discussions pertaining to individual companies.
Q: Why should I join, why shouldn't I just do this myself?
A: There is no reason anyone couldn't do what we're doing. We currently have close to 50 (and growing!) reports in our database. To buy a share of each company on your own to replicate our database would cost you $12,427.84. Of course then you'd also have to build your own stock screener, and watchlist tool. And lastly you wouldn't have the valuable input from other investors.
Q: What reports do you accept?
A: We currently accept information on all non-bank unlisted companies. If the company reports to the SEC we're probably not interested. Why aren't we taking information on unlisted banks? We're working on a sister site that will be exclusive to banks.
Q: How do I join?
A: Click right here