One-stop application for all Insider trading (Form 4), Form 13G, Form13D and Quarterly Institutional/Hedge fund holdings Form (Form 13F) filed with Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The information in these forms are provided in a formatted/summarized manner. You can view summary level information as well as detailed view, for the reports you like to view.
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- Search historical data for Form 4 (1 Year), 13F (2 Quarters), 13G (2 years), 13D (2 years).
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- Filter the Form 4 information's based on the insider who filed the form 4. Also view all the Form 13F, 13G and Form 13D filed for the given Company/Ticker.
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What is Form 4: Form 4 is a document that must be filed with SEC, whenever there is a material change in holdings of company insiders. Every director, officers of company as well as any shareholder owning above 10% of company's stock, are required to file Form 4 to SEC. Form 4, will contain name of insider, their relationship to company, number of shares traded and the price it was traded. A form 4 is mandatory within two business days from the end of the day the material transaction occurred. The transaction code mentioned in the Form 4 document, will provide the reason for the transaction. The transaction codes along with the description is mentioned in Transaction Code's section of this app. Historical information for the Form4 fillings would be available for the past 1 year.
What is Form 13F: Form 13F is a quarterly report that is filed by institutional investment managers with at least $100 million in equity assets under management. It discloses their U.S. equity holdings to the SEC and provides insights into what the smart money is doing. Firms that are required to file 13F's include mutual funds, hedge funds, trust companies, pension funds, insurance companies and registered investment advisers. Form 13F must be filed within 45 days of the end of a calendar quarter and include information about each security over which the institutional investment manager has investment discretion, including the name and class, the number of shares as of the end of the quarter being reported on and the total market value. Form 13F filings provide investors with an inside look at the holdings of Wall Street's top stock pickers and their asset allocation strategies.
What is Form 13D/Form 13G: Every firm, person or group that acquires 5% of a company is required to file beneficial ownership form, which is Form 13D or Form 13G. This information must be disclosed within 10 days of the transaction. Investors whose stake is greater than 20% or who intends to influence management, are considered an activist investor and must file a Form 13D, if they do not intend to influence management, they are considered a passive investor and must file a Form 13G.