WWII 016: Using the SEC.gov Edgar Database, Types of information, merger arbitrage with currency and ADRs, Penny IPOs, Louis XIII Cognac

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Using the Edgar database at the SEC.GOV website to research company and transaction information.

· 10Qs and 10Ks

· S1s for IPOs

· SC TO-T for tender offers

· 13D and 13G for holders

For Thrift Conversions use[6036 and 424b3] in the Boolean search.

· 13F-HR – Institutional investor holdings

Warren Buffett said, when asked if information technology has made investing easier he said “you can find them faster”.

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Value Investor

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by GoodLifeWorkHard

I purchased two shares of ARMH worth $67.77 each before the company was acquired by Soft Bank. The bank offered a price of 17 British Pound per share which equates to a mere $22.82. However, I don't think that I lost money because it said on ARMH's website that the offer was compelling to shareholders and that it offered a higher premium. I believe that it is referring to ARM-L which is the London-based stock index. ARM-H is the US stock index for the same company. Did I gain any money or lose money? If so, how much did I gain or lose?

http://blogs.barrons.com/techtraderdaily/2016/07/18/arm-holdings-soars-on-softbank-acquisition/

http://blogs.barrons.com/techtraderdaily/2016/07/18/arm-holdings-soars-on-softbank-acquisition/

by iguessitstakennope

I often read or view stories on BNN of stocks of certain emerging companies beginning their share price of say 1$ a share and in 5-10 years those shares being worth 500 or more. What companies in your opinion have these types of potential today?

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