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Financial statements in the Databases.......

1. Type Your Company in the initial screen.

2. From the Results screen, scroll down to see all the Financials

  1. In the Company Name box, type: your company
  2. Select your company from the Results List
  3. From the left navigation area, under Financials, select: Overview
  4. You will find: Assets, Liabilities, Cash Flow, Income Statement, Balance sheets, and Ratio Analyses, all for a three year time period.

Historical Quarterly Financial Statements

1.  Start in the Advanced Search screen
2.  In the first search box, type the company name and use the drop down box to change the field to: Company/organization  - ORG
3.  In the second search box, type: financial performance and use the drop down box to change the field to: Subject heading (all) - SU
4.  Scroll down below the search box. From the Source type box, select: Wire Feeds.
5.  Search
6.  Shows results back to 1997.

in SEC filings......

Corporate financial reports and other disclosure documents are excellent sources for current financial statistics and for other detailed information about the operations of publicly traded companies. These documents include not only annual reports to stockholders but also the various reports that U.S. companies are required to file with the Securities and Exchange Commission: an Annual Report to SEC (called the 10-K); Quarterly Financial Report (10-Q); Report of Unscheduled Material Events or Corporate Changes (8-K); 10-C, which is similar to 8-K for OTC (Over The Counter) companies;

You can obtain SEC Filings from the following sources:
1. From the top of the search screen, select the box titled: Search by Subject or Topic
2. Scroll down to: Companies
3. Select the link: SEC Filings
4. Type the company name in the search box
5. Select the Advanced Options down arrow link.
6. Now, it will be easy to find the exact filing document you need.
7. Check all the documents you want to see.
8. Select the button marked Apply, then Search.

in Annual Reports......

Besides giving comparative financial statements for the current and past years, some give divisional reports of past activities and future plans. Many companies will feature links to the digitized version of their annual reports from their company Internet site. Look for the link to Investor Relations.

in Data sets.......