I Dont know if some are aware but you can get free/cheap access to the full Morningstar site with a library card.
Most library memberships are free and that will give you access to Morningstar through the library website.
If your library does not offer free access to Morningstar you can get an out of state/online membership for about $40-$50 per year. They will send you either a real card or a virtual card # that you can use to access the Morningstar site.
Still beats the $199/year M* charges, plus there are a ton of other benefits of a membership.
Link to NYPL Morningstar page: www.nypl.org/collections/articles-databases/morningstar-library-edition
This link is usually found under the “Databases” or “Resources” section.
NYPL Morningstar Log in page: login.i.ezproxy.nypl.org/login?qurl=http%3a%2f%2flibrary.morningstar.com
Barcode: Library Card #
PIN: Library Pin
Online/Out of State Options:
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library in North Carolina offers library cards by mail for $45 a yearwww.cmlibrary.org/library-card-faqs
Brooklyn Public Library: bpl.bklynlibrary.org/patron_card/registration.aspx?ref=outofstate
p.s. you get access to the OLD M* page which is much faster and has less clutter than the new page they have now.
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