SEC releases a list of 13F securities every quarter but the file is in the PDF format that limits the use cases. So, we developed a program to parse the data in a well structured XLSV (excel) and CSV format. We are offering the entire data for free.
These are the two points you need to know,
- Additions and Deletions: Revisions made to the list of Section 13(f) securities are indicated in a column titled “STATUS.” The word “ADDED” in the status column opposite the name of a security indicates that the security has become a Section 13(f) security. The word “DELETED” in the status column opposite the name of a security indicates that the security ceases to be a 13(f) security since the date of the last list.
- List of options: An asterisk is placed next to the name of any security having a listed option and each option is individually listed with its own CUSIP number immediately below the name of the security having the option. A manager reporting holdings of options on its Form13F should use the CUSIP number of the underlying securities to which the option relates
Snapshot of the data:
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