Below is a list of sources where you can do research companies for articles on Wikinvest. If there's a source you're using that's not listed here, let us know!
The company’s 10-K (domestic companies) or 20-F (foreign companies) filing with the SEC are excellent sources of verifiable information, and can be found online through the SEC. The Company Overview, Risk Factors, and Consolidated Financial Statements sections are usually especially helpful.
Each exchange has different filing requirements so you will have to do your own research to find annual reports for companies traded on non-U.S. exchanges. Most often, a company will post a version of their annual report on their website in an investor relations section.
It is OK for you to use your own private reports -- for example, Morningstar reports -- in your articles; however, you should try to track down all data in the reports from the company's Annual Reports. If you're lucky, you might even be able to find some of these types of reports on [Scribd] and be able to link to them.
Many of the major international exchanges have their companies on Yahoo and Google Finance with some data and/or links to their investor relations sites.
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