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All publicly traded companies are required by the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) to publish certain financial data annually. The annual report is a publication that is distributed by these publicly traded companies to their shareholders. Most annual reports are very similar in the different types of information contained. Some of the common sections are: Letter from the chairman (or CEO) to the shareholders; Financial Highlights; Balance Sheets; Profit and Loss Statements; New Business; Year in Review; Projections; Outstanding Shares of Stock and Complete list of Board Members. Because this information is audited and required by the SEC, Annual Reports are an excellent way to familiarize your self with a company before you invest.
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