A research report is a document prepared by an or strategist who is a part of the investment research team or . A research report may focus on a specific stock or industry sector, a currency, commodity or fixed-income instrument, or on a geographic region or country. Research reports generally, but not always, have actionable recommendations such as that investors can act upon. Research reports are produced by a variety of sources, ranging from firms to in-house departments at large organizations. When applied to the investment industry, the term usually refers to sell-side research, or investment research produced by brokerage houses. Such research is disseminated to the institutional and retail clients of the brokerage that produces it. Research produced by the buy-side, which includes pension funds, and portfolio managers, is usually for internal use only and is not distributed to external parties.
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This chart lists the major biomedical research reporting guidelines that provide advice for reporting research methods and findings. They usually "specify a minimum set of items required for a clear and transparent account of what was done and what was found in a research study, reflecting, in particular, issues that might introduce bias into the research" (Adapted from the ). The chart also includes editorial style guides for writing research reports or other publications.
Sometimes you may feel the need to justify a statement or procedure by stating "'the instructor told us to do this instead of that." You might think it appropriate to write "we used Microsoft Excel to produce a graph of x versus y." Such information is anecdotal and is considered to be superfluous. In some cases omission of anecdotal information is unfortunate. Papers in the older literature tend to be a lot more exciting and often more informative for those not 'in the know,' because the researcher could report how a conclusion was reached, including the reasoning and various sidetracks that led him/her to conclusions. The writer could actually tell the story of the investigation process. Modern papers omit such information because the volume of literature is so great, most of us doing a search don't have time to wade through more material than we need. Publication costs are too high to permit printing of superfluous information.While foraying into a new market, businesses need to understand different dynamics of the new industry to stay abreast with the latest changes & developments. At Hexa Research, we provide holistic services & solutions to help our clients take informative decisions about shaping their business. Our panel of experts help in data refining, to provide application- and product-focused solutions. The company provides market research reports along with custom solutions and consulting services to our clients with the help of decision-making tools which allow them to achieve return on investment in a limited time frame.