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The Data Simply API can be considered REST-ful and implements the JSON API standard.
It is designed to have predictable, resource-oriented
URLs and to use HTTP response codes to indicate errors. We stick to the standards as much as possible,
so our data can be consumed by off-the-shelf HTTP clients.
JSON will be returned in all responses from the API, including errors.
Authentication is handled via the token listed above, which is passed via the 'Authentication' header:
Authentication: Bearer <token>
The URL for the API is
Each of the endpoints will also include links to related resources in the 'links' section. For example
the /v1/sec_filings/:id page will contain links to the tags for the filing, as well as the original document at the SEC.
Data Feed API Benefits:
Data Simply turns company SEC filings into signals, by machine-reading them like a financial analyst, so investment professionals can save time, reduce risk, and make better investment decisions.
Data goes right into your back office
Act on information more quickly
Focus on your business, not on reading data.
Daily company filings from the SEC Edgar Database
Form types for equity analysis: 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, S-1, S-1/A, 13D, 425 (no Form 4, we don't find it useful)
Tickers from three major US exchanges (NYSE, NASDAQ, NYSE MKT aka AMEX). OTC companies are not included in the API.
Meta Data for Each Filing:
Form type (what type of filing it is i.e. 10-K).
Link to the filing at the SEC.
Each filing includes metadata tags representing the underlying meaning and words in the filing document from our curated dictionary (more than 140 possible tags).
Frequency of each metadata tag found in the filing.
Data Update Frequency:
The data is updated hourly. How often you can access this new data depends on your API plan.