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Is there any one service you trust more that the others? Is any one service more "inline" with what is reported on the 10-K, or do they have their strengths and weaknesses?

I tend to "trust" the AdvFN numbers more than the others, because:

-- They seem to update financial statements more quickly than the others
-- They are more detailed on line items, so less "pigeon-holing" seems to go on

The drawback is that it takes longer to get data from their website. Morningstar and Zacks also seem to be on the slow side for response times.

I eventually hope to have RCHGetTableCell() templates for the financial statements from all the services I know about, so I can do more comparisons between them. I've more or less given up on the idea of using RCHGetElementNumber() to get financial statement data, because there are just too many items and maintenance when the underlying web page changes is nothing short of a nightmare.
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