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Finding transcripts from corporate earnings calls can sometimes be a challenge. Here are a number of ways to successfully locate them:
Go the official COMPANY 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 has a tab entitled "Transcripts." Search by company name or ticker symbol to find earnings transcripts. You can also search transcripts by word or expression, as well as look at transcripts by industry sector. This site is a good source for recent transcripts.
The database Factiva is another source for transcripts. On the main search page, use the COMPANY option to search for & select your company name. Next use the SUBJECT option and type transcript in the "search for subject" box . Click on the word transcript (it will turn pink and be listed above) to limit your search results to transcripts only. Select the dates you want and run your search.
Go to the database Thomson One Banker; do a COMPANY SEARCH. Under the Research option in the left hand menu, click on Company Research, adjust your date limits, then enter Conference Call in the search box next to Title to find the transcripts. Click on the link for the transcript; in the pop up box check the box that says Select All Reports then click the View button to access the transcript.
Go to the database LexisNexis Academic. Use the Source tab to find and select FD (Fair Disclosure) Wire. Add a company name in the Search Terms box. Choose your dates then search.
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