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Seeking Alpha

From their site: Seeking Alpha is the premier website for actionable stock market opinion and analysis, and vibrant, intelligent finance discussion. We handpick articles from the world's top market blogs, money managers, financial experts and investment newsletters - publishing approximately 250 articles daily. Seeking Alpha gives a voice to over 4,000 contributors, providing access to the nation's most savvy and inquisitive investors. Our site is the only free, online source for over 1,500 public companies' quarterly earnings call transcripts, including the S&P 500. Seeking Alpha was named the Most Informative Website by Kiplinger's Magazine and has received Forbes' 'Best of the Web' Award. Our editorial process: First, we select only the most interesting articles from over 400 regular contributors and submitted items (approximately 25% of new authors are accepted). Then, we edit articles for clarity and consistency. Finally, we organize and tag articles so they can be easily found and subscribed to by stock ticker, sector and theme. To make Seeking Alpha a one-stop-shop for stock research, we then add our one page daily summary of top market and stock related stories (Wall Street Breakfast) and our running Market Currents blog provides real time, dynamic commentary on the market all day long. We also publish thousands of quarterly earnings call transcripts for free in our Transcript Center, and provide daily summaries of Jim Cramer's stock picks and comprehensive coverage of new IPO filings. Seeking Alpha differs from other finance sites because it focuses on opinion and analysis rather than news, and is primarily written by investors who describe their personal approach to stock picking and portfolio management, rather than by journalists. (More about our contributors.) Seeking Alpha has a strong readership among money managers, research analysts, investment bankers, and serious individual investors. 'Alpha' is a finance term referring to a stock's performance relative to the market; it's used more loosely by fund managers to describe beating their index - so every stock picker is essentially "seeking alpha."