Thomson Reuters Partners with Research Firm to Offer Investment Solutions

The partnership with New Constructs is aimed at offering enhanced research solutions to its clients.

Thomson Reuters, one of the world’s premier sources of news and information for professional markets, announced today that it has teamed up with independent research firm New Constructs to offer innovative investment research to Thomson ONE North American Wealth Management clients.

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New Constructs offers forensic-accounting reports to help investors, traders, and advisors make informed decisions.

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The company leverages proprietary technology to analyse SEC filings, especially footnotes so as to create unique investment insights. It also offers a suite of portfolio-management tools to build and manage stock market assets. The company’s research coverage base includes reports and ratings for more than 3,000 company stocks, 7,000 mutual funds, and 400 ETFs.

In what continues to be a difficult investing environment, Thomson Reuters has provided clients with greater access to research for deeper insight. Its partnership with New Constructs provides a consistent data-driven approach to research through its ThomsonONE open desktop, as well as simplifying their investment management processes.

New Constructs’ services include features such as forensic accounting, investment ratings, and alerts for more than 3,000 stocks, 7,000 mutual funds and 400 ETFs, alerts on all holdings in registered portfolios, screening across more than 10,000 stocks, ETFs, and mutual funds, model portfolios for the “Most Attractive Stocks”, “Most Dangerous Stocks”, “Best and Worst ETFs and Mutual Funds” by sector and style, and free research and education opportunities via podcasts and webinars.

New Constructs chief executive David Trainer said: “We’re very pleased to help Thomson Reuters clients by shining a light in the dark corners of financial statements and providing value-added, independent research that will help bolster firms’ investment strategies and risk management.”

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