Just in case IFO readers think her obsession with researching companies prior to investing in a company and while invested, here’s an interesting comment we found in one of our newly-recommended blogs: Footnoted.com
The article is about the fallout from a rumor reported in the tech-financial press that Microsoft might buy Nvidia. The Footnoted article itself is full of good info, but the part we liked was actually a quote from another tech writer, Arik Hesseldahl:
“If its news to you, you probably don’t have any reason to read Nvidia’s SEC filings. Having been disclosed something like 55 times (five times a year give or take over 11 years), it’s obviously not news to anyone who routinely does read them, such as analysts, investors and pretty much anyone who pays reasonably close attention to Nvidia.”
Our advice is to keep track of stocks you are interested in by subscribing to and reading Footnoted and SEC Watch on a regular basis. If you recall from when we first put up SEC Watch, you can get regular emails on SEC filings from a list of up to 20 companies you select.