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by CI Staff

For individual and professional investors alike, one of the best sources of company information is Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings. An SEC filing is a financial statement or other formal document submitted to the SEC by public companies, certain company insiders and broker-dealers.

There are a large number of SEC filings that investors should be interested in. The most useful ones for individual investors are Forms 10-K (annual statements) and 10-Q (quarterly reports). The best way to find these reports, if they are not available through the company website, is through the SEC’s EDGAR Web page at

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