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1.
The purpose of setting alerts for stocks is to _______.
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Learn when a stock price has reached a particular threshold. This would be used for eventual buy or sell decisions.
2.
To keep tabs on the steady flow of Internet news on all the companies that interest you, you can set up _______.
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A watch list. A watch list lets you organize the flow of information.
3.
If you want to find out if the CEO is selling his or her stock or buying more, you should search which public filings?
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Form 4. The form 4 contains information about stock trading made by company insiders.
4.
What is the must-read public filing that provides a comprehensive overview of a company and is published annually?
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10-K. A company's 10-K is a must-read annual report filed with the SEC. It is the most comprehensive of the public filings and contains audited financial statements.
5.
Which of the following sources is written from a point of view other than the company itself?
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Analyst research report. Independent analyst research reports sometimes provide a different perspective compared with information published by the company itself.