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.
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.