Some International companies based outside the US leave something to be desired.If it is a US ADR for a foreign company you can get some info on Yahoohttp://finance.yahoo.com/q/bs?s=GIGM&annualhttp://finance.yahoo.com/q/ks?s=GIGMNost of the investment houses like Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse First Boston, Morgan Stanley, Lehman Brothers, Salomon Smith Barney, Deutsche Bank, etc offer the services ... there is a fee. You can check the web sites to see if you can assess through themE-Trade. They have launched their online global trading center with Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, and the United Kingdom. They sometimes get a bit limited.Also, there are some overseas markets that will not let you trade. (We don need no steenk'n Mericans) I believe ther are a fill list of ADR's available at http://www.adrbny.com/home_dr.jspIf you want to cut corners and just go to ETFs http://www.etfconnect.com/tools/tools.aspIs a brilliant site whos quotes include market close price to value close price so you can see if you ae holding at a discount or premium.Good luckBears
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