10K Report


A 10K is an annual filing that publicly traded companies are required, by law, to send into the Securities and Exchange Commission containing everything about their business that an investor would want to know before buying or selling shares of stock in the corporation. These documents are available to the public for free. The best way to think about a 10K is to consider it a document that the government forces management to prepare for you, the owner, explaining the company’s finances, risks, opportunities, and current operations.

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