Answered By: Elyse Wolf Last Updated: Nov 27, 2017 Views: 7
Finding transcripts from corporate earnings calls can sometimes be a challenge. Here are a couple of ways to successfully locate them:
- Go to the company’s website and navigate to their Investor Relations page. Earnings transcripts will be labeled differently from company to company; common places they may be found are under webcasts and presentations, quarterly presentations, and/or news and events. If you are unable to find them, try a search of the website using the term "earnings."
- The website SeekingAlpha.com can be searched by company name, ticker symbol, or key word. Once you have searched, click on the “Earnings” and then “Transcripts” tabs to narrow your results to a list of recent transcripts.
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