To use FactSet you must first set up your personal FactSet account/ID. Click the database link below to create your account the first time and then follow the directions below the link.
FactSet is a provider of extensive financial data on markets and companies, which allows users to monitor global markets, perform in-depth analysis, and develop investment strategies. FactSet is brought to you by Webster University Library and is available worldwide to all Webster University users.
FactSet has two interfaces:
FactSet is available to students, faculty and staff for educational use only.
All users must first register for a FactSet account using their Webster email.
Here's a handout about FactSet.
Log in using the FactSet database link:
You may be prompted to first log in to library eResources and to register for your account, if you haven't already done so.
Note: FactSet may occasionally require you to use two-factor authentication (a one-time passcode sent to your Webster email) in order to log in. This may occur much less frequently if you access FactSet from on-campus or via the library's eResources login.
You may also log in to FactSet from the library's database page. Here's how:
FactSet Client Support is available at 1-877-FACTSET* | 1-877-322-8738 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Students may contact FactSet directly for help with registering and logging into their accounts. Requests for help with course assignments should be directed to your instructor.
Faculty may contact FactSet for help with all questions, including using the data in their teaching, assignments, and research and for training. See the "for Faculty" page for more information.
See the Help page on this guide for FactSet's online training.
Need to search by company for 'simpler', preformatted financial statements including balance sheets and income statements and stock information? These databases are available online and do not require you to register an account.
We have more! Here is a complete list of the library's financial databases