Seeking Alpha (, founded in 2004 by David Jackson (currently CEO) and headquartered in Israel, is a crowd-sourced content service for financial markets. The articles and research covers a broad range of stocks, asset classes, ETFs and investment strategies. In contrast to other equity research platforms, insight is provided by contributors including a base of investors and industry experts (buy side) rather than sell side. 

Seeking Alpha is the world’s largest investing community. Powered by the wisdom and diversity of crowdsourcing – millions of passionate investors connect daily to discover and share new investing ideas, discuss the latest news, debate the merits of stocks, and make informed investment decisions. Available on mobile, tablet or desktop, 20 million people use Seeking Alpha every month.

Seeking Alpha has unparalleled breadth and depth: from stocks, ETFs and mutual funds to commodities and cryptocurrency, including thousands of stocks (such as small-caps) not analyzed elsewhere. Written by investors for investors, more than 7,000 contributors publish 10,000 investing ideas every month. Each investment thesis undergoes a rigorous editorial review, ensuring the highest quality standards. A healthy debate ensues, as investors all over the world discuss and share their own thoughts and ideas.

In 2011 the company stated it had distribution partnerships with MSN Money, CNBC, MarketWatch, NASDAQ and TheStreet. As of January 2021, the firm had 10 million registered users and attracts over 17 million unique viewers every month.

Seeking Alpha levels the playing field by putting exclusive tools, until now available only to Wall Street professionals, into the hands of individual investors. Advanced charting, data visualizations, technical and fundamental analysis add clarity and enable informed, data-driven decision-making.

As of January 2021, Seeking Alpha has over 16,000 contributors who publish over 7,000 articles and transcripts every month. Seeking Alpha covers 8,000 tickers and has an archive of over 1 million articles. The site’s content is primarily generated by independent contributors.

Seeking Alpha provides investors with breaking news, analysis and newsletters to follow their investments and the markets. We also have a suite of subscription plans that address specific investing styles and user needs.

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