Techniques of the pros for getting fast, free, and valuable data using the SEC's Web-based EDGAR system More than one million investors each week rely on the SEC's EDGAR (Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval) system to learn what is really going on inside publicly traded companies. But because the dense boilerplate and legalese is often more arcane and confusing than informative, many come away with little useful information. EDGAR: The Investor's Guide to Making Better Investments shows investors how to quickly find--and interpret--the data they need. Explaining how to look for essential facts in obtuse SEC filings, this do-it-yourself investor's handbook discusses: Methods for starting out and using EDGAR How to understand what is--and isn't-- being said Methods for quickly finding key informationIn its 10-K report, Harley-Davidson discusses the marketing of its motorbikes as well as the type of customer most likely ... We have research and development programs that are directed toward developing new products and service methods .
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