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12 month query of news items for a company


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#1 solo58

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Posted 20 October 2017 - 03:25 PM

I'm trying to research a company, NIC, Inc. traded on NASDAQ as eGov...on  the cheap...

I know I could subscribe to something like Nexus/Lexus; but I don't have the resources to do that.   

I'm looking for news articles that talk about the company for the last 12 months.  

And I need the results in the order of the dates they were published.

If I do just a query on eGov, then I get all sorts of hits that are not related to the company. 

So I've limited the query to NASDAQ:egov and then tried to limit it to just the title.  I'm going to have to read all these reports so I want to try to get just "the most important" news reports. 

I've tried doing a google search.  I'm getting results that won't go 12 months back.  and it doesn't list the date of the report.  

I've tried a google news search, but it won't show in order by date.  I've tried sorting by date, under Tools, but it limits the date to only 90 days.  

I've tried google finance, which has an option to search for news about the company...but again, it doesn't go back far enough.

Thoughts? 

 


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#2 Digerati

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Posted 21 October 2017 - 09:23 AM

I think you are going to have visit several sites and put the data together.

 

https://www.msn.com/...GOV&form=PRFIMQ(goes back 5 years)

http://money.cnn.com....html?symb=EGOV

https://www.marketwa...ting/stock/egov

 

 

 

 


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