How to search for a stock - Premium content

How to search on a desktop/ laptop:

Prior to utilizing our search function on Fool.com, please ensure that you are logged into your account.

You may search any stock with the search bar at the top left-hand corner of the screen. The search bar is gray and says 'Search Ticker or Keyword.'

Click the ‘Search Ticker or Keyword’ box and type the ticker symbol or name of the stock you are interested in researching.

After typing in the ticker symbol/ name of the stock, click that ticker symbol in the drop down menu that appears beneath the search bar. (It is important to note that by pressing the ‘Enter’ key, you will be redirected to an aggregated list of articles and discussion boards related to this stock.)

By clicking the ticker symbol/ name of the stock in the drop down menu, you will be taken to the ‘Snapshot’ page for that specific stock. The ‘Snapshot’ page will bring up related articles, premium analysis, interactive charts, and more.

 

How to search on a mobile device/ tablet:

Prior to utilizing our search function on Fool.com, please ensure that you are logged into your account.

You may search any stock with the magnifying glass icon at the top right-hand corner of your screen.

By tapping the magnifying glass, a search bar will appear across the top of our screen. The search bar is white and light gray, and says ‘Ticker or Keyword’

Tap the ‘Ticker of Keyword’ entry field and a cursor will appear. Once the cursor appears, you will be able to type the ticker symbol/ name of the stock you are interested in searching.

After typing in the ticker symbol/ name of the stock, tap the ticker symbol in the drop down menu that appears beneath the search bar. (It is important to note that by pressing the ‘Enter’ or ‘Search’  key, you will be redirected to an aggregated list of articles and discussion boards related to this stock.)

By tapping the ticker symbol/ name of the stock in the drop down menu, you will be taken to the ‘Snapshot’ page for that specific stock. The ‘Snapshot’ page will bring up related articles, premium analysis, interactive charts, and more.