Saxo Bank's research services have well-developed tools for both fundamental and technical analysis, including recommendations and user-friendly interactive charting.
The majority of Saxo Bank's research tools can be found on its various trading platforms and its website
There are many analyses and recommendations on Saxo's trading platforms.
Saxo provides very detailed data on stock fundamentals. However, only a few are available for free (e.g. Apple, Microsoft and Barclays); for data on other stocks you have to be a subscriber.
You will find both current and historical data. In addition to information such as ownership structure, financial statements, valuation or peer group comparison, you can also prepare your own benchmark analysis. Analyst consensus and target price information are also available.
You can check out the current winners and losers on major stock exchanges, read related news articles and view related trade signals and calendar events.
The interactive chart function is great and user-friendly.
You will find 50 technical indicators and can add many editing tools, like trendlines or Fibonacci tools.
In addition, there is a trading signal tool, which gives you a buy or sell signal based on technical indicators. This feature is powered by Autochartist, a third-party research company.
A news feed and an economic calendar are also available on Saxo's trading platforms. One slight drawback is that you can't filter news by assets.
On the Saxo website, under the 'Inspiration' menu, you can read additional news, daily commentaries, long-term outlook pieces and expert opinions.
Other research tools you may enjoy
There is a great stock screener where you can filter stocks by country, industry and financials.
For example, if you are searching for tech companies in the US with a P/E of less than 15 and a market cap higher than $1 billion, this is basically a two-click exercise on the screener.
Quarterly outlooks, Outrageous predictions, Podcasts
Saxo Bank provides additional materials for your research.
Quarterly outlooks provide an in-depth analysis of potential market movements. These are both general predictions or tied to world events like the US elections or pandemic developments.
Outrageous predictions are something different - these are deliberately consensus-smashing predictions for the current and next year.
The daily podcasts can also give you some insights into market trends.