From standardized financial statement data to insider transactions, here's a look at what's included in our fundamental dataset
Our fundamental dataset is a robust collection of data that comes primarily from financial statements filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) by publicly traded, US-headquartered companies.
In addition to as-reported and standardized line items from the 10-Q and 10-K filings, our dataset includes hundreds of metrics and ratios, company metadata, news, IPOs, insider transactions and ownership, institutional holdings, and much more.
Here’s a breakdown of what’s included in our fundamental dataset.
We source financial statement data from the SEC 10-Q and 10-K filings, covering items across the income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement. You can access the exact name and value of each line item as reported by the company, along with a URL link to the actual SEC filing. We also standardize this data in-house using our proprietary machine learning technology, allowing for cross-company financial statement research and analysis. Historical data is available back to 2007 for both datasets.
We include hundreds of calculated metrics and ratios that are derived from fundamental data, such as EBITDA, ROIC, and leverage. By combining market data with fundamental datasets, we derive performance and valuation metrics such as price to earnings, dividend yields, market capitalization, and enterprise value.
Standardized and as-reported financials are available through:
API (with security screener functionality)
Direct database access
Our fundamental dataset includes reference data such as tickers, company name, CIK, and a unique company identifier. You can also find company metadata, including CEO name, current employee count, and business description.
Keep a pulse on companies and their business operations, plus general media and public sentiment, with 15-minute delayed news. You’ll get the headlines along with publication date, summary, and URL. Historical news is available back to May 2016.
This dataset can be queried by security or insider and includes trade data filed with the SEC when industry insiders buy or sell stock. View the transactions for a specific company or a specific owner with a breakdown of shares and the value of those shares for all direct holdings. Insider ownership data is strictly the current ownership, with fields that show any recent changes that occurred. Historical data is available back to 2003.
Stay informed about the securities institutions are holding. Gain insight into the confidence a company has in its future performance relative to its current share price and monitor the capacity an organization has to buy back its shares. Historical data is available back to 1994.
Gather data on upcoming and historical IPOs for US companies, including IPO date, offer amount, IPO price, announcement URL, and more. This dataset is ideal for building an IPO calendar and powering your security master with future listings. History is available back to 2018.
The raw text filings feed allows you to return raw text and HTML-formatted filings for all US public companies and filter by company, date, report type, and industry. This dataset includes 10-K, 10-Q, 10-K/A, 10-Q/A, 10-KT, 10-QT, 10-KT/A, 10-QT/A, and 8-K filings and is updated as new filings become available. History is available back to January 2006.
This dataset gives you the ability to keyword search all XBRL-formatted notes and disclosures included on all US public companies’ filings. Search through more than 6.4 million notes from 10-Q, 10-K, 10-Q/A, and 10-K/A filings and filter by recency, company ID, filing data, period start and end date, filing ID, and XBRL tag. Notes are displayed as text, HTML, or JSON, and the feed is updated as filings are received. Historical data is available as far back as the company has been filing in XBRL.
Generate lucrative insights for different segments of the market with our standardized financial statement data and associated calculations aggregated by sector and industry. This dataset enables you to identify and track both recent and historical trends for sectors like Oil & Gas, Pharmaceuticals, and Technology.
We offer more than 200,000 economic series from the FRED, including non-farm payrolls, interest rates, exchange rates, and more. Use macroeconomic insights to enhance microeconomic analyses, sector-level momentum, and correlational research. Depending on the economic index, historical data can be pulled in for 80 years or more.
Get real-time, delayed, intraday, and historical prices, options, and more for US securities. Our market data is available in multiple flexible formats.
Need data that isn’t available on our platform? We’ll tap into our network of trusted data partners to help you license all the data your business needs.
Intrinio is a full-service financial data technology partner. We help businesses of all sizes license financial data such as market data and fundamentals into their internal or public-facing applications.
We grow with you, investing in your success with a dedicated customer success team, marketing services, and responsive technical support. From our data sourcing program to our integration support to our modern access methods and beyond, we take the pain out of your financial data experience.
We provide real-time, intraday, EOD, and historical market data; real-time and delayed US options data; and standardized and as-reported US fundamentals, supplemented with company metadata, news, IPO information, insider transactions and ownership, and institutional holdings. We can also leverage our extensive partner network to match you with providers for other datasets like international market data, ETF data, mutual funds, and analyst estimates.
Our data is available through flexible delivery mechanisms tailored to your needs, including our powerful, easy-to-use REST API, WebSocket API, CSV downloads, FTP, Snowflake direct database access, and AWS. Plus, you’ll get built-in ticketing, US-based chat and email support, and developer assistance to make integration as smooth as possible.
We encourage prospective Intrinio customers to request a consultation with our team. A consultation is a 10- to 20-minute call with one of our sales development representatives.
We ask a few questions about your business, timeline, and data needs. The consultation ensures that Intrinio is a good fit for your business before we move forward.
Intrinio has matched thousands of clients with the right financial data. A consultation puts that expertise to work for you. It’s a simple way to find out if Intrinio can provide the right data, format, licensing, and coverage for your use case.
You’ll want a consultation if you:
a) have a serious business need for financial data, and
b) don’t want to spend days sifting through marketing material and technical jargon.
If we can help your business, we schedule a 30- to 60-minute follow-up call with our product specialists to begin developing your customized solution architecture.
After the sales call, we send a proposal detailing the solution architecture discussed with associated pricing.
Once you sign off on the proposal, we set up a 2-week trial period. Our CTO hosts an initial trial kick-off call to help your technical team get started and is available to answer all of your questions over the trial period.
If you confirm during the trial that our solution meets your needs, you'll simply need to sign the contract to begin our long-term partnership.
Our customer success team facilitates account creation and begins with the official onboarding process.
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