Coverage of US-Traded Chinese Stocks, Including Exclusive Earnings Call Transcripts, Add to Growing Archive of Free Investment Resources
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 14, 2007 -- Seeking Alpha, the leading provider of stock market opinion and analysis, announced today comprehensive transcript coverage of the major Chinese companies traded on US stock exchanges.
"As US investors show increasing interest in China, the number of Chinese companies listing their stocks and ADRs on American exchanges is growing," said David Jackson, CEO of Seeking Alpha. "Institutional investors have long relied on transcripts of earnings calls to provide information about recent financial results, discussion of market conditions and guidance about future profit performance. This is critical information required for sound investment decisions. We are delighted to offer free access to this and other information about China's growing list of US-traded companies at www.SeekingAlpha.com."
The most recent China sector transcripts published on Seeking Alpha are: Chindex (NASDAQ:CHDX), Baidu (NASDAQ:BIDU), Shanda (NASDAQ:SNDA), Ctrip.com (NASDAQ:CTRP), CDC Corp (NASDAQ:CHINA), Sina.com (NASDAQ:SINA), Sohu.com (NASDAQ:SOHU), AsiaInfo (NASDAQ:ASIA) and New Oriental Education & Technology (NYSE:EDU). These and others are available in Seeking Alpha's China Coverage, one of the most popular and fastest growing sources of information on US-traded Chinese stocks.
Seeking Alpha currently offers recent and archived earnings call transcripts for 31 of the most important Chinese companies traded in the US, and plans to cover over 50 in the upcoming quarter. Seeking Alpha also publishes earnings transcripts of public companies in the following sectors: Internet, Energy, Consumer Electronics, Media, Gold & Precious Metals, Telecom, Biotech, Retail, Japan, India, Semiconductors, Finance, Healthcare, Transport and Utilities.
Seeking Alpha is the only media company offering the investment community free access to earnings call transcripts. Prior to the inception of this service, investors could only access comprehensive transcript coverage through costly monthly subscriptions to information providers. This vital investment tool was therefore out of the reach of most individual investors and financial professionals. Today, millions of visitors freely access Seeking Alpha's transcripts on its website each month. Seeking Alpha is able to provide this service to the public free of charge by partnering with companies wishing to promote themselves to Seeking Alpha's high-caliber readership through affordable transcript sponsorships. Seeking Alpha's China sector transcripts for the current quarter are sponsored by China Direct, a management and consulting company facilitating investor participation in the rapidly growing Chinese economy. Those wishing to sponsor earnings call transcripts of publicly traded companies can contact Seeking Alpha for more information.
About Seeking Alpha
Seeking Alpha is the leading provider of stock market opinion and analysis. It features articles from over 300 financial experts, commentators and business leaders. Articles that pass Seeking Alpha's rigorous editorial review are edited for consistency and tagged so they can be searched by stock ticker, sector and theme. Seeking Alpha offers exclusive content such as Wall Street Breakfast, a daily summary of top market and stock related stories, hundreds of earnings call transcripts, daily summaries of Jim Cramer's stock picks and a regular housing market roundup. Its content is featured daily on Yahoo! Finance, Barron's Online, Google Finance and other important financial information providers. Seeking Alpha is broadly read by money managers, research analysts, investment bankers and individual investors.