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Haven’t collected financial date from statements, but am quick copying from reports. (Although I do have copies of statements in some of my reports). Anyway,that’s first point. Second, I’m a newbie at analyzing all the financial data, don’t yet quite know what each thing means, which are the most important, etc. (Must sit down and read my How to Read a Financial Report, and Interpretation of Financial Statement Books) so, can’t make any sophisticated conclusions (besides that the company seems to be very profitable, profits appear to be going up, and it compares favorably to peers) but am still recording a bunch of data just as a step forward in my own learning…

You've just posted a really handy reference on the company, so that's a great first step right there. The other stuff will come in time. Thanks for posting this!
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