16 datasets
  • Anthracite Idioms

    Offsite — Common “idioms” used frequently in Anthracite. There are many ways to use Anthracite to accomplish web mining tasks.
  • U.S. Company Filings and Annual Reports

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  • Openvest

    Offsite — Openvest is the first site on the Financial Semantic web. This is a dynamic site where features and datasets are added and dropped based on client interest. This is not a site for actual Investment Research, but a place where Investment and IT professionals can share ideas. Openvest Finance: This is a demonstration area where one can access Company SEC EDGAR Filings, ...
  • Securities & Exchange Commission's Public Information Server

    Offsite — This server features SEC public documents, information of interest to the investing public, rule-making activities, and access to the Commission’s electronic filing database, EDGAR. The public will be able to query the EDGAR database for any company currently filing electronically with the SEC. These filings are updated 24 hours after they are filed with the ...
  • SEC Corporate Ownership Linked Data, 2003-2006

    Offsite — This is a semantic web, RDF, linked-data, and SPARQL interface to U.S. corporate ownership information derived from filings to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in its EDGAR database. There are three parts to this database: Part I: Individual Ownership via SEC forms 3, 4, 5, Part II: Subsidiary Information via 10-K Filings via CorpWatch, and Part III: Links to ...
  • The SEC's EDGAR Database

    Offsite — This directory contains raw data from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission EDGAR, Electronic Data-Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval system, database. Since 1934, the SEC has required disclosure in forms and documents. In 1984, EDGAR began collecting electronic documents to help investors get information. Format This directory contains XML-transformed SEC feeds ...
  • SEC Edgar Interactive Data Filings and RSS Feeds

    Offsite — You can search information collected by the SEC several ways: Company or fund name, ticker symbol, CIK (Central Index Key), file number, state, country, or SIC (Standard Industrial Classification) Most recent filings Full text (past four years) Boolean and advanced searching, including addresses Key mutual fund disclosures Mutual fund voting records Mutual fund ...
  • U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Form D dump

    Free Download — This is a dump of all Form Ds available from the SEC website, up until November 2010. While companies using an exemption under Regulation D do not have to register their securities and usually do not have to file reports with the SEC, they must file whatӳ known as a Form D after they first sell their securities. Form D is a brief notice that includes the names and ...
  • OpenCorporates: The Open Database Of The Corporate World

    Offsite — OpenCorporates aims to do a straightforward (though big) thing: have a URL for every company in the world. They’re also gradually importing government data relating to companies, and trying to match it to specific companies. Few parts of the corporate world are limited to a single country, and so the world needs a way of bringing the information together in a single ...
  • CorpWatch API

    Offsite — The CorpWatch API uses automated parsers to extract the subsidiary relationship information from Exhibit 21 of companies’ 10-K filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, providing a free, well-structured interface for programs to query and process the data. Although the SEC provides a search interface for locating company filings (EDGAR / IDEA), the subsidiary ...
  • SEC Filings (EDGAR)

    Offsite — Access to U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings from public companies.
  • FindTheBest.com Bankruptcy Cases listing

    Offsite — Find and compare bankruptcy cases for public companies that filed for Chapter 11 in 2009 based on company name, state, district, assets, liabilities and owners’ equity.
  • FindTheBest.com Broker-Dealers listing

    Offsite — List of active broker-dealers who are registered with the SEC.
  • FindTheBest.com CIK Number listing

    Offsite — Find Central Index Key (CIK) numbers and other basic identification information for registered investment company series and classes.
  • FindTheBest.com Financial Advisors listing

    Offsite — Find and compare financial advisors based on location, current employer, advisor fees, advisory activities, state registrations, work history, professional designations, and more.
  • FindTheBest.com Investment Advisors listing

    Offsite — Find and compare registered investment advisors registered in the U.S based on firm name, main office location, total assets managed, advisory activities, advisor fees, client demographics, and more.