I do some stock trading and I need to know what the company has been doing recently. So where do I go to find this important data based on SEC filings? You could spend a lot of time searching the Security Exchange Commission (SEC) postings or try to find the post you are looking for at finance.yahoo.com or some other financial site. This might give you want you need but not always. What about the company your are researching, does it have subsidiaries, or other companies it owns that might effect your decision? Hmmm, now it is getting more complicated to find the right data.
It doesn’t have to be that complicated if you know where to search. A new web site has managed to do the searching for you and the resulting data is current and as accurate as the SEC requires. My results have been great and I have learned some very interesting information on the company I searched.
OK, so where is this site and how do I use it? The site is called ‘CrocTail’. Just enter the company name and on the right side you will see a subsidiary tree with the listing of all the companies it owns. On the bottom of the page is a Google map showing the companies locations and in the top center is the link to the latest documents filed with the SEC. Clink on the link to display the document.
Check out CrocTail (example shown is Chevron)
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