Thursday, 24 November 2011

Easy access to SEC XBRL spreadsheets via a web app

Thought I ought to act on my last blog post and make things even easier. So I've created a simple web app to speed up downloading XBRL spreadsheets into Excel. Nothing special - just saves you a few clicks and some messing around when all you want to do is analyse a company in Excel. It can be found at www.xbrlxl.com. All that's required is a simple login, a couple of clicks and away you go.

(Update)

This has been updated so you can now download and compare multiple companies using their XBRL tags. See my later post Instant comparisons of XBRL data in Excel. It's still possible to access the SEC financial report spreadsheet by clicking on the filing type (e.g 10-K) in a list of filings produced by a search.





4 comments:

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