After I read a recommendation from TMF, I want a quick look at the company's financials. What is the best online source? Quick,convenient, free?Many thanks.Old
I second Paul's suggestion to use the sec.gov website. When you pull up a company's financial statements at sec.gov you'll get a date-ordered list of everything the company has filed with the SEC, and you can then filter your searches with keywords like 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, or whatever you like.Mike
I should also mention that I've gotten a lot of help from checking Seeking Alpha's press releases and conference call transcripts. They typically have them for the last several quarters. Example:http://seekingalpha.com/symbol/SKX/earningsBear
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