UK Accounting Glossary
Bulletin written by a stockbroking firm for circulation to its clients, providing analysis and guidance on companies as potential investments.
Traditionally, brokerage reports have been a good source of information for investors seeking informed opinions about stocks.
A brokers report is a document prepared by an analyst or strategist who is a part of the investment research team in a stock brokerage or investment bank. Brokers reports generally, but not always, have actionable recommendations such as investment ideas that investors can act upon.
It should be factual: Every report should be based on facts, verified information and valid proofs. Clear and Easily understandable.
1. Suitable Title
6. Precise and Accurate
7. Relevant Information
8. Presented to Required Person or Group or Department
9. Routine Details
12. Ability to Control
13. Economy or Cost Consciousness
14. Effective Communications
15. Principle of Exception
16. Frequency of Reports
17. Media of Presentation
19. Co-ordination of Data
20. Up to Date
21. Number of Reports
22. Good Form and Content
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This glossary post was last updated: 23rd December 2018.