The official website of the Philippine Stock Exchange provides data you can use to evaluate a stock. The only problem with their site is the data of individual stocks takes time to sort. As a novice stock investor, I needed to find tools that will help me gather data at a minimal cost, data that will help me decide which stocks to invest in and at what price.
Despite the abundance of free Stock Tools on the net, only a handful include Philippines Stocks. I found a couple of websites that have Philippine Stocks in their database. Below are the websites that I am currently using.
Financial Data and Analyst Recommendations
Stock Indicators and Comparison Tools
Stock ScreenersOne of the tools I regularly use is the Reuters website. Reuters provides Financial Data, Stock Comparison Tool, Stock Screener, Watch List and Analyst recommendations. Historical data for the Reuters Stock Comparison tool go back as far as 20 years. Their Analyst Recommendation offers a guide on how a particular stock will perform.
Stock ScreenerThe Financial Times website provides Historical and Current Data, Charts, and forecasts for stock markets. They have a user-friendly Stock Screener and a very well-laid-out stock watchlist. Financial Times also provides recommendations on stocks based on several investment analysts.
ChartsBloomberg provides primary data such as PE Ratios, PEG, Dividend Yield, and a stock chart comparison with historical data up to 5 years. The stock chart includes a stock comparison tool and stock indicators.
Stock ValuationGurufocus provides stock valuation such as Graham Number, Peter Lynch Fair Value and explains their equation on how they arrived at those numbers. Although you need to register to get the full benefit of this website, the accessible data is very informative.
Stock Fair Value
Xyzsor stock manager provides users with the fair value of Philippine Stocks and allows users to establish potential returns. The site also offers a stock calculator and portfolio manager.