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### Free/cheap source of structured historical quarterly filings?

What is a good place to acquire cheap/free historical quarterly filings data for US Companies? Specifically, I'm interested in the consolidated financial statements. The data should be well-structured ...
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### Backtesting with fundamentals

Recently I've read some books about quantative approach to fundamental investing: - What works on Wall Street - James O'Shaughnessy - Quantitative Value - Wesley Gray, Tobias Carlisle - Quantitative ...
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### How do I calculate approximate equity liquidity?

I am a developer rather than a quant. I need to decide whether a given equity passes some basic liquidity threshold. It doesn't have to be precise, just good enough. I have a Bloomberg terminal data ...
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### Data exported from Capital IQ, FactSet, Bloomberg, Compustat

I'm looking for reliable data on US equity fundamentals, but not sure which vendor provides these features: Unlimited data export Coverage of disbanded entities (bankruptcies, M&A) Financial ...
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### Few questions on Binomial-Lattice Option Valuation

I have just started applying Binomial-Lattice, however I am yet to fully understand few things. My questions are: What is the concept of working backward (left side) from the values in terminal (...
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### Black-Scholes and Fundamentals

So basically $dS_t=\mu S_tdt+\sigma S_tdWt$ and $\mu=r-\frac12\sigma^2$ I have just been thinking about this later equation. This is very interesting because it ties together risk-free ...
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### How to get Stock Fundamental time series data?

I need key Stock Fundamentals like in http://finance.yahoo.com/q/ks?s=KO+Key+Statistics But that page shows only the last quarter data, I need to analyze how that data has changed over past years. ...
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### Proof of Hamada's Formula (Relationship between levered and unlevered beta)

Hamada's formula is presented as follows: $$\beta_{U}=\left[\frac{1}{1+\frac{D}{E}(1-\tau)}\right]\beta_{L},$$ where $\beta_{U}$ and $\beta_{L}$ are the unlevered and levered beta's of a firm ...
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### Applying Time Delay Neural Network to financial events

I have an IT background and I would like to use data from a forex calendar like this one to predict prices. The problem is that calendar news impacts can last for days or weeks or even can effect ...
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### Best practice approach for calculating the PE-ratio

I am trying to calculate the historical PE ratios of a stock, but which date should I use to get the stock price in calculating the PE ratio? My current approach is to use the stock price of a day ...
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### Exactly what data is available in XBRL, and how far back does it go?

What data is available from the SEC in XBRL format? Is it just 10-Qs and 10-Ks, or other filings as well? When did XBRL become mandatory for all filers (or is it still not?)
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### Can a higher P/E ratio be beneficial under certain circumstances? [closed]

I am new to investing. I understand that the P/E ratio along with other data can be used to determine whether a stock may or may not be undervalued. Are there situations where a HIGH P/E is actually ...
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### How is fundamental data taken into account when modelling stock prices with a Geometric Brownian Motion?

I have a basic understanding of the principles behind Geometric Brownian Motion and how it can be used to model stock prices, however I am confused as to how it is used in practice. In particular, how ...
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### Original Fundamental Accounting Data (Not Ratios)

Where do I get original fundamental accounting data from income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement, like Sales/Revenue, Gross Income, EBIT, Operating Income, Cash & Short Term ...
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### Correct Alphabet (Google) market cap calculation?

Given the definition: ...
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### What are the best sources for fundamental financial data? (not yahoo or google, neiter SEC counts as good) [duplicate]

I'm looking for a source for fundamental financial data, where I can download financial statements into excel. The source should provide the exact figures shown in the annual reports (not standardized)...
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### Automated Import of 10-Q and 10-K Statements in XBRL Format from SEC.gov

I want to read financial statements in XBRL Format from the SEC site automatically. For instance the 10-Q File from Apple: http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/320193/000119312515259935/aapl-...
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### Intangible assets as underlying for Futures contracts

How is it possible for a Futures contract to have an intangible underlying? For example, to my knowledge, there exist Futures that have interest rates as their underlying, come delivery date, how is ...
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### Definitive way of figuring out companies with multiple classes of stocks

Is there a definitive way of mapping tickers to companies for companies with multiple listed tickers? For example, GOOG and GOOGL are both Google (or now Alphabet), or BRK.A and BRK.B are both ...
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### Quantitative finance mentality for success [closed]

I have a strong statistical background (particularly in Time Series analysis) and previously have spent a lot of time modelling sports, Baseball in particular. After reading "Analysis of Financial ...
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### Comparison of quality across different fundamentals data sources?

There are a variety of different mechanisms and rules used by each fundamentals data provider to standardize and report company fundamentals. For example, the transformation of reported statements to ...
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### Forex calendar with news prior to 2007

I have been googling for sources of forex calendar with news like the one in http://www.forexfactory.com/calendar.php but I could not find any that dates back to 2007. Where can I find one?
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### Where can I find historical P/E values of Russell 2000 Value and Russell 2000 Growth index?

I have no problems finding the current values, but historical (ie yearly) is harder and even my commercial databases have failed. Only need the last ~15 years or so, and yearly is enough. Do any one ...