99% of what is important in U.S. business must be filed at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
But much of what is filed is not very important.
SEC Info helps you quickly find what is important to you.
Our information is not just about securities, it is business intelligence about public companies and their owners.|
SEC Info is not simply about finding SEC Filings.
It is about extracting the useful information in SEC Filings and organizing it to make it easily accessible to you.
We do this in many ways, to save you time and effort.
SEC Filings by themselves are static stand-alone documents.
SEC Info’s artificial-intelligence parsing engine understands the content and context of SEC Filings, and it does two things:
It parses the content of Filings and, understanding context, updates our “entity” database, the most sophisticated SEC Filings database in the world.
It then “webifies” the Filings’ Documents, by adding billions of links, so that,
if you are reading a Document and encounter a reference to another Filing or to something in our database, you can click to get more information.
The database itself is what our site, essentially Our App, is built upon.
Most of the pages in Our App relate to information from our database, allowing views of data aggregated from many Filings.
Only a few pages handle the displaying of Filings’ Documents that have been “webified” by us.
Other sites allow you to see static Filings, but have no way to find information in them or get to related Documents.
Our goal is to save you time finding the information you want, and getting you quickly to useful information you may not otherwise know exists.
Having the database also allows us to offer Other Services to address your individual information needs.
We can provide personalized pages tailored to your unique situation, with customized queries and presentation formats.
We can also provide proprietary data sets, which you can import into your own database.
Please see Our Demos.
Our App is free for 99% of our 500,000+ users. We support it by asking our most frequent users to pay for it. Here are Some of Our Clients who have recently payed to use Our App and the Other Services we offer...
|•||Data Sets tailored to your unique needs, with customized criteria and presentation formats [ see Demos below ]|
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|•||Specialized E-Mail & Txt notifications, such as for Insiders’ “Short-Swing Profit” (§16) Transactions [ see Demos below ]|
|•||Proprietary Data for your research projects, e.g., the time any Filing was first viewable at the SEC’s site|
|•||Financial Data (from Filings with XBRL) re-organized into tables for your relational database and SQL queries|
|•||Application Program Interfaces (APIs), so you can directly access our extensive database|
|•||SEC Filings integrated seemlessly into the Investor Relations section of your site|
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|The SEC is...||• ||
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission|
The U.S.’s federal agency responsible for enforcing U.S. securities law|
|EDGAR is...||• ||
The SEC’s Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis and Retrieval system|
A glorified document-management system used by the SEC to receive, store and disseminate Filings mandated by U.S. securities law|
A registered trademark of the SEC|
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Securities Information & Business Intelligence|
The most sophisticated
database service on the Web, with billions of links added to Filings, Documents & Exhibits to enable quick and easy navigation to the information you are looking for|
Designed and operated by a former Wall Street investment banker|
The 2nd-oldest SEC EDGAR database site, in operation since 1997|
|Located in a large Internet computer center in San Francisco, California, U.S.A., at the north end of Silicon Valley||
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Neither affiliated with nor endorsed by the SEC|