The SEC’s Website writes a page about “How to Read a 10-K“, which I republish here: How to Read a 10-K If you want to follow or invest in a U.S. public company, you can find a wealth of information in the company’s annual report on Form 10-K. Among other things, the 10-K offers a…

During the aftermath of the great recession, many companies have become delinquent in their periodic quarterly (“10-Q”) and annual (“10-K”) securities filings because they could not raise enough capital to pay the multitude of professionals involved with their public company reporting.  As many commentators have noted, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) generally requires later…