Upgrades & Downgrades API


OVERVIEW

Analysts rate the stocks with grades such as "buy", "hold" and "sell" according to their opinion of these stocks.


The analyst graduates the stock as a "buy" if he thinks that this will outperform the market (also called "overweight"). If the stock is graduated as "hold" it means that the analyst sees this stock as on market perform or "equal weight". And when the analyst graduates the stock as "sell", he thinks that this stock will underperform the market ("underweight").


When an analyst changes his mind about the stock value, it calls an "upgrade" or "downgrade". "Upgrade" means that the analyst has changed his mind from "hold" to "buy" or from "sell" to "hold". "Downgrade" is the change from "buy" to "hold" or from "hold" to "sell". Also, the recommendation for shares such as buy/sell/hold may stay the same, but the expected value of the shares can change in analyst opinion — and that is called "upgrade" or "downgrade" too.


This endpoint returns all grades for the specific symbol. It includes the date, article URL, grading company, new grade, etc.


If you want to get a consensus of grades for the stock you can use (upgrades & downgrades consensus) endpoint.


The response includes the following properties:


  • Symbol — company’s symbol.
  • PublishedDate — the date when news has been published.
  • NewsURL — The URL to the original news.
  • NewsTitle — Title of the news.
  • NewsBaseURL — The base URL of the resource that published the news.
  • NewsPublisher — The name of the publisher.
  • NewGrade — Grade that the analyst gives to the shares.
  • PreviousGrade — Grade that was given to the shares previously.
  • GradingCompany — Name of the company that published the grade.
  • Action — Recommended action for these shares.
  • PriceWhenPosted — the price of the shares when the news has been posted.

Upgrades & Downgrades API


OVERVIEW

Analysts rate the stocks with grades such as "buy", "hold" and "sell" according to their opinion of these stocks.


The analyst graduates the stock as a "buy" if he thinks that this will outperform the market (also called "overweight"). If the stock is graduated as "hold" it means that the analyst sees this stock as on market perform or "equal weight". And when the analyst graduates the stock as "sell", he thinks that this stock will underperform the market ("underweight").


When an analyst changes his mind about the stock value, it calls an "upgrade" or "downgrade". "Upgrade" means that the analyst has changed his mind from "hold" to "buy" or from "sell" to "hold". "Downgrade" is the change from "buy" to "hold" or from "hold" to "sell". Also, the recommendation for shares such as buy/sell/hold may stay the same, but the expected value of the shares can change in analyst opinion — and that is called "upgrade" or "downgrade" too.


This endpoint returns all grades for the specific symbol. It includes the date, article URL, grading company, new grade, etc.


If you want to get a consensus of grades for the stock you can use (upgrades & downgrades consensus) endpoint.


The response includes the following properties:


  • Symbol — company’s symbol.
  • PublishedDate — the date when news has been published.
  • NewsURL — The URL to the original news.
  • NewsTitle — Title of the news.
  • NewsBaseURL — The base URL of the resource that published the news.
  • NewsPublisher — The name of the publisher.
  • NewGrade — Grade that the analyst gives to the shares.
  • PreviousGrade — Grade that was given to the shares previously.
  • GradingCompany — Name of the company that published the grade.
  • Action — Recommended action for these shares.
  • PriceWhenPosted — the price of the shares when the news has been posted.

Upgrades & Downgrades

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