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Tuesday, November 14, 2006

SEC Provides Full Text Search for EDGAR

Good news for investors. The SEC is now providing full-text search for the past four years of EDGAR filings. EDGAR is an electronic database that contains filings and attachments of publicly traded companies like annual and quarterly reports and registration statements. Previously, the beta only offered two years of filings.

Other features:
* Search by specific filing type
* Search by company name
* Search by Central Index Key (CIK) code
* Search by industry or Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code
* Search results limited by date range.
EDGAR Search

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