All of our data comes from S&P Global Market Intelligence, the world’s premier provider of financial data. This includes our past financials, fundamentals, future estimates, professionals and pricing data.
Industry average data is generated by Simply Wall St on a daily basis, you can read more about this in our analysis model documentation.
How is the financial data gathered?
S&P Global uses a wide variety of sources and techniques to collect and maintain reliable data covering global information. Their primary sources include public filings, company websites, news and events. See exactly how each data set is collected.
What if I spot an error in the data?
Errors in our financial data often turns out to be a difference in calculation methodology. For example our financial data is presented in ‘trailing twelve months’ form as supposed to quarterly or annual which can be very out of date. We have a dedicated article covering what to do if you think you've spotted an error.
What to do if you think there is an error with out data?
How do I validate the reliability of information?
You may validate information and other data in several ways including looking to the filings of the company made available through SEC, company’s website and on the exchange where your stock is listed (e.g Nasdaq). We discourage validating information through news if it isn’t an official news site of the company.