One More Post on SEC Filings by David Merkel, CFA of Aleph Blog.
My readers are the best. Here is another example:
You may also like http://www.SECLive.com for reading filings. It’s a nice user interface and hopefully it will support additional filing search functions in the future.Fund Manager Profile: Zhang Hui Of China’s Southern Asset Management
Historically, the Chinese market has been relatively isolated from international investors, but much is changing there now, making China virtually impossible for the diversified investor to ignore. Earlier this year, CNBC pointed to signs that Chinese regulators may start easing up on their scrutiny of companies after months of clamping down on tech firms. That Read More
There are a a lot of things to commend SECLive — setting up lists to track companies, etc., but the best feature is the ability to download tables to Excel for free. I’m planning on doing a post on insurance reserving as a result, and you may see other articles on dollar-weighted returns as a result. Can’t tell you how much time I have spent reformatting HTML pasted into Excel.
It is amazing what is out there for free. Count your blessings, and if you are a fundamental investor, use some of these tools.