By Dominic Jones on February 10, 2010
THIS week, StockTwits alerted its followers to the presence of Kinross Gold Corporation on Twitter and StockTwits. Cool, I thought, another company that groks the utility of putting a $ sign in front of your ticker symbol ($HPQ and $ABX also do it).
By Dominic Jones on April 12, 2008
BACK in November 2006, I published a list of 10 signs that an investor relations website was in dire need of an upgrade. Reading the list again, it struck me how we still see many companies making the same mistakes. So I thought it would be helpful to post the list again and offer to [...]
By Dominic Jones on May 3, 2007
WHY do we bother with disclaimers on investor disclosures and investor relations websites? No one reads them. Not even the companies that try to shelter themselves behind them. Look at the disclaimer in the screenshot below. It’s from a consensus earnings estimates page on a Thomson Financial-hosted investor relations website. You’ve probably seen the same [...]
By Dominic Jones on November 21, 2006
THINKING off the cuff, I jotted down 10 things that would suggest to me that a company needs to consider upgrading its IR website. They aren’t in any order but they are the first things that sprang to mind based on my recent site reviews. 1. If people want to contact you via your website [...]