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Resources: Services


Key to both a strong stock pitch and a successful recruiting process is an in-depth knowledge of current events - specifically those impacting the financial markets. As students of Boston College, we are fortunate to have access to a number of important resources that industry professionals use on a daily basis. Familiarizing yourself with the content and use of these tools now will help you prepare for when you encounter these tools in a professional setting.  


We have split these resources into four main categories below. The first two will be most useful for potential stock pitches as well as interview preparation. The third includes the pitch template you must follow when presenting a stock pitch to BCIC and a suggested reading list should you want to broaden your knowledge of finance. Lastly, we have included a link to Handshake, the platform that Boston College uses for connecting students with prospective employers.


Boston College generously provides students access to the following key newspapers. We recommend that all members subscribe to these resources. Instructions can be found on the BC Libraries site. 

Wall Street Journal

Financial Times

New York Times


Boston College generously provides all students access to a Bloomberg Terminal, S&P Capital IQ, FactSet, and Thomson ONE in addition to several other research databases. Our favorite databases are noted below:



Mergent Online




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Wall Street Oasis

Financial Edge

Suit Up

An extensive list of free resources for all BCIC Students:

More information coming soon.

Annual volunteer event hosted with a local charter school in the Boston-Area.

Please see the Boston College libraries page for additional databases. If you’re having trouble accessing any of these resources, please reach out to the Business subject librarian, Doug Olsen at or in O'Neill 212.

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