– An Index of Press Releases For Investors

iMiners.comIminers was developed as an investor tool. It tracks relevant information, namely company press releases and categorizes them for easy retrieval.

The site aims to eliminate time consuming stock research– rather than trying to root out the cause of stock price ups/downs by yourself, Iminer is there to help. By indexing over 200,000 press releases from 7,000+ companies, Iminers provides you with the context and data you need. Categories range from Conference Calls and Meetings, Legal and SEC Filing, to Management Changes and Corporate. Users can search by date, category or they can perform an eSearch. Iminers eChart graphs a company”s stock performance by date– all you have to do is enter the company”s stock symbol and input their prefered date. Que Pasa features categorized alerts to which you can subscribe. Users can also rate articles for usefulness and relevance. There”s no registration required to use Iminers. In Their Own Words

“Information is Power, yet a lot of time is spent searching and analyzing the price movements on a stock chart rather than profiting from it! Our vision is to help eliminate information overload and turn the most relevant, meaningful, and contextual information into useful knowledge and wisdom. Experts at our Global Distributed Data Analysis Centers, index every press release issued daily, by about 7,000+ US public companies, into one of the 85+ categories, and store them in our proprietary database for quick retrieval. Our mission is to deliver Simple, Intuitive, and Visual investor tools that will enable informed decisions quickly!”

Why It Might Be A Killer

Investors are likely to find Iminers quite handy; the site indexes information for easy perusal. Particularly interesting is the eChart feature which keeps track of stock prices for companies over a period of time. It”s definitely got potential to save its users time and help them make more informed decisions.

Some Questions About

Will the site aggregate other useful info, besides company produced press releases? The interface and overall layout could use work. The font is small and difficult to read. More interactive user features would be a nice touch.