Where do I get fundamental data?

Discussion in 'Data Sets and Feeds' started by ET873, Feb 23, 2008.

  1. ET873

    ET873

    I currently have a database full of open/close/high/low/volume quotes which I got from Yahoo. I want to add some fundamental indicators, such as % ownership by investors over time, % ownership by insiders, revenue, profit, etc. all over time. Is there any way to get this information for free other than parsing webpages for it?
     
  2. most people who have a trading account have access to such information (example: scottrade, tdameritrade...) if thats not an option, yahoo finance, msn money, goog finance, marketwatch, cnn money, fox business, bloomberg, and routers should be enough.

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  3. ET873

    ET873

    Do any of these services offer the data in downloadable form, rather than simply on some webpage? It would be nice if all the data could be downloaded in a CSV file -- some standardized format that is easy to parse.
     
  4. not that i know of. briefing.com might offer something like that tho.
     
  5. I could be wrong but doesn't the SEC website offer the user a way <br>to download copious Fundamental data on any public company for free...

    via their edgar site...

    http://www.sec.gov/edgar/searchedgar/webusers.htm


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  6. ET873

    ET873

  7. jjk2

    jjk2

    bloomberg?
     
  8. ET873

    ET873

    #10     Feb 24, 2008