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10-K




A financial statement that shows the results for the whole year, including the periods covered by the preceding 10-Q filings as well as the fourth quarter.

The 10-K is an annual report filed with the SEC by a registrant that provides a comprehensive overview of the company and its prior year performance. It is required to contain an exhaustive list of disclosure items including, but not limited to, a detailed business description, management discussion & analysis (MD&A), audited financial statements and supplementary data, outstanding debt detail, basic shares outstanding, and stock options/warrants data.

It also contains an abundance of other pertinent information about the company and its sector, such as business segment detail, customers, end markets, competition, insight into material opportunities (and challenges and risks), significant recent events, and acquisitions.

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