New Site FAQs
- Why did you change the website?
- Can I return to the old website?
- The site doesn't seem to work or is loading slowly.
- Where are the investment centers for Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds, and ETFs?
- Where are the Discuss boards and forums?
- Where are the Retirement, College Savings, and other Personal Finance centers?
- Where is Portfolio Manager?
- Where are the tools?
- How do I look up a stock or fund quote?
- Where is the quote search box?
- Where is the site search box?
- How do I sign in?
- How do I access my account details?
- How do I sign out?
- How do I know if I am signed in or out?
New Quote Pages
- Why did you change the investment report (quote) page?
- Where are the "key ratios" data points on the new stock report page?
- Where is the large price chart on the new stock report page?
- Where is the Insiders data on the new stock report page?
- Where is the Wall Street Recommendations data on the new stock report page?
- Where can I find competitors information and data on the new stock report page?
- Where is the stock star rating/Fund Analyst Rating?
- Why are the mutual fund and ETF quote pages still in the old-site format?
- Why can't I scroll right in Portfolio Manager or on the fund quote page on my mobile phone?
- Why is Portfolio Manager grayed out on the new site?
- Where is the ticker tape?
Why did you change the website? (Back to Top)
First and foremost, we wanted to make the activities you do on Morningstar.com—evaluating and monitoring investments, discovering new investments, and monitoring the market—even easier with a simplified navigation, unified Search box, brand-new picks center (Best Investments), and reimagined stock and fund reports that put Morningstar insights front and center.
We know for our power users the new site might not feel easier at first, while you get the lay of the land and adjust to the new presentation and format of our investment report pages. But after spending some time on the site, we hope you'll find it improves your experience, gets you to the information you need more efficiently, and surfaces new ideas and insights that were hard to find on our old site.
And rest assured, the same Morningstar analyst team, investing specialists, ratings, and research that you depend on remains at the heart of our new website. In addition, we have been and will continue to hear your feedback and make even more improvements. In fact, the new site has undergone a number of transformations to date based on Morningstar member feedback, with new updates coming out every two weeks.
The new site enables us to serve you better today on all the devices you use, and sets us up to make your experience even better in the months and years to come. We appreciate you joining us on this journey and weighing in along the way.
See our Welcome Page to learn more about the new site and the work that has gone into it.
Can I return to the old website? (Back to Top)
No. Although we made our old website available while we worked on building and improving our new website, we can no longer offer the old website.
If you are having trouble using the new website, please consult this guide, use the onsite Feedback buttons to let us know the problem, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The site doesn't seem to work or is loading slowly. (Back to Top)
If you find some features don't work as expected, it's possible your browser is unsupported. The new site uses a number of new security and performance features that are only offered by the latest browsers. Try Google Chrome, available for free download at https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/, or Firefox, also free and available at https://www.mozilla.org/firefox.
Where are the investment centers for Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds, and ETFs? (Back to Top)
You can find these investment centers in the "More" dropdown menu of the new site navigation.