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Getting financial information in the margins — with Akash Kapur

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Getting financial information in the margins — with Akash Kapur

I don’t know about you but some of the most heated investing discussions happen after a company (say, like, Apple) announces earnings. Investors pore over earnings filings in pursuit for valuable information to support — or refute — an investment thesis.

You’re going to want to check out Two Margins, a new site that allows investors to annotate and share content around regulatory filings. It’s like an editorial and opinion layer on top of these really valuable documents. I’m joined by TwoMargins’ Akash Kapur this week on the Tradestreaming Podcast to talk about how investors are finding value in sharing their own opinion on regulatory docs.

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