1. Why should I pay to subscribe to SIAS Research when I can obtain research reports from my banks or from brokerage firms?
SIAS Research’s focus is on small to mid cap stocks whereas other research houses traditionally focus on the bigger cap stocks. Our strategy is to bring to the fore the large number of under-researched “gems” to our members.
Moreover, banks or brokerage firms may send regular research reports but these are indirectly funded by your relationship with them in the form of administrative or transaction fees for example. SIAS Research however charges a flat annual fee that entitles members unlimited access to all our research material for the duration of the membership.
2. What services does SIAS Research membership entitle me to?
Follow this link to obtain a full listing of benefits and features of being a member of SIAS Research.
3. The membership price seems pricey.
Putting things into perspective, the current membership annual fee of $195 is in fact only $16.25 a month and that in turn translates to a low of $0.65 a day. For the level and type of services that SIAS Research provides, this is a reasonable and very competitive price.
However, from time to time, we do conduct promotions so do look out for them.
4. I signed up when the price for membership was at $96 ($82 as I was a SIAS member), what happens to my membership and at what would be the price if I were to renew my membership?
As an existing member, your membership is completely unaffected.
The membership fee of $96 ($82 for SIAS members) is in fact a promotional price for a limited period. The current subscription is $195 a year or $270 for two years ($243 for existing SIAS Research or SIAS members).
5. How do I update my personal details?
Your details can be easily amended via the 'My account' link.
6. How do I check when my membership is about to expire?
Your membership details is easily accessible via the 'My account' link.