Financials, SEC Filings, and Annual Reports
S&P Capital IQ
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A comprehensive company intelligence database, offering granular financial and capital structure information on millions of companies worldwide, including data and graphs for historic stock prices, searchable SEC filings, mergers & acquisitions activities, and venture capital/private equity data Also features biographic and professional connection information for millions of business practitioners.
Public company financials and SEC documents, going back 15 years. Income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements can be downloaded directly into MS Excel.
Financial measures for over 6,000 stocks, 18,000 mutual funds, 200,000 options, and other securities.
Mergent Archives- Moody's Manuals
PDF image scans of all Moody's Manuals, starting with the first manuals published in 1909. The manuals cover company financials not available in Compustat, which has no financials before 1950 and incomplete coverage between 1950 and 1962.
Mergent Archives- Annual Reports
85+ years of PDF image scans of Annual Reports for companies across the globe, dating back to as early as 1925.
Explainer: Helpful SEC Filings
|10-K||The annual report submitted to the SEC for a US publicly traded company. Here's how you read it.
The 10-K/Q have the most detail about a company's finances; you won't find a more specific breakdown elsewhere.
|10-Q||The quarterly report submitted to the SEC for a US publicly traded company.|
|20-F||The equivalent of a 10-K for a foreign company trading on a US exchange.|
|8-K||A form submitted when a materially important event happens at a company, so shareholders know about it.|
|DEF 14A||The proxy statement, i.e. an annual definitive form submitted to shareholders before a meeting, with information
about executives, board members, and issues on which shareholders can vote.
|13D or 13G||This form is filed when a person or group acquires a 5% or greater stake in a public company.
It may be useful in identifying activist investors.
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