Traders and investors, along with any other interested parties, now have access -- free-of-charge -- to the Securities and Exchange Commission's mammoth Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis and Retrieval database (Edgar). Free online access to Edgar has been made possible by a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to New York University to make all electronically filed SEC documents available via the Internet. The move has aroused the fury of a number of market data vendors who sell online,
Anthony and James look at developments pertaining to the Consolidated Audit Trail and wonder if big-tech companies could challenge traditional asset managers.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap emails
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