What is ELECTRONIC DATA GATHERING AND RETRIEVAL (EDGAR)?

EDGAR is a computerized reporting system that automatically collects, validates, indexes, accepts, and forwards submissions by securities firms, and makes the data almost instantly available online. US Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) administers EDGAR.

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