Instant Financial Statement Analysis Now A Reality

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VentureLine, publisher of the world’s most popular accounting dictionary, is now offering instant fundamental financial statement analyses of publicly traded companies over the Internet.

Any publicly traded company can now be analyzed from a financial perspective within seconds. The financial analysis reports are then ready for download in both HTML and Excel formats. The data utilized is taken directly from the most recent company filings with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC). No data element is more than 30-days old.

David Pogoff, Technical Officer of VentureLine says: “The VentureLine analyses engines are capable of providing both standalone and comparative ratio analysis reports dynamically. This allows VentureLine to offer effectively tens of thousands of financial ratio analysis reports at the touch of a button. Our service is truly instantaneous. Business students, investors, and financial professionals can be assured of the most current and accurate SEC traceable data possible.”

The instantly available downloadable reports include most recent quarterly financial data as well as the last 5-years of filed SEC data fully analyzed with 18 financial ratios, growth potential, and a two year bankruptcy prediction. To review VentureLine’s offerings go to and see the latest in instantaneous financial statement analysis of a company, industry, company to company, or company to industry.

About VentureLine

VentureLine was founded by Peter McCracken in 1999 and maintains offices in Lincoln, California and Hopkins, Minnesota. The VentureLine MBA concept is a unique Internet based interactive value-added services web site that meets the direct needs of the global academic and investment community. The business was founded on the premise that business schools and students as well as the general professional population have little access to MBA graduate-level analytical financial tools. VentureLine provides seamless vertically integrated solutions in the analysis of both private and publicly traded companies and the industries in which they compete. The MBA tools can be accessed at

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