Many of the businesses in the USA are bound to submit their filings to SEC within the limited duration. To proceed with there are certain constraints and standards that are to be understood before exercising the filing. 243 more words
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Judging by Google trends, if XBRL was a stock it would a penny stock and heading towards delisting.
Bitcoin – judged on the same Google Trends analysis – would a momentum stock that is covered in breathless terms by talking heads on CNBC. 842 more words
XBRL is the language of financial reporting and Arelle is an open source tool for working with it. Here is a quick primer on using Arelle to retrieve XBRL data from Edgar SEC filings. 224 more words
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is a public agency, developed during the Great Depression (1929) and created by Congress through the “Securities Act of 1933” and in particular the “Securities Exchange Act of 1934.” The SEC since then regulates and enforces the federal security laws to I) protect investors, II) maintain fair, orderly, and efficient (stock & options) markets and III) facilitate capital formation. 432 more words