The Internet is great, right? It brings you tons of information that you never had access to before. But who’s gonna sift through it all? Our idea for the ton of product information out there is to save you time by doing the homework for you.
The same idea applied to stock research resulted in Footnoted.org, where Michelle Leder digs through SEC filings to find nuggets of information that will help you decide when to buy or sell a stock. Sure, you can access the same documents at sec.gov. But just because you can, doesn’t mean you’d want to. And thanks to sites like Footnoted, you don’t have to (via Wallstrip).