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When you invest your own money in a company, either directly through a stock purchase or indirectly through a fund, it's a good idea to know what that company does.
With globeinvestor.com's Company Snapshots you are able to find out what it does, who does it (the key personnel), and even who is responsible for making sure what's done is actually done (the auditor).
Although the snapshots name names, they also let you add up the numbers by providing information such as the key balance sheet details from the past three annual fiscal periods and return on average common equity.
The snapshots can generally be found by clicking on the company name or the icon anywhere on the site.
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