Institutional Ownership Website, Mffais.com, Removes Paywall and Adds New Search Features

Mffais.com, the online tool that allows users to search for institutional ownership information, is no longer using a paywall. The website now allows users to search for real-time information broken down into a convenient, user-friendly format organized by reporting period.

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Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) February 26, 2013

Mffais.com, a website that helps connect users to financial and ownership information about publicly traded companies, has recently removed its paywall and is now a free online tool for institutional ownership enthusiasts.

“We are thrilled with the removal of the paywall, which allows Mffais to get back to its original roots of being a neutral community-based website rather than a commercial enterprise,” said founder Kevin Traster. “We are proud to offer features and information the big boys won’t –– and without any barriers. With us, everyone can experience the unique, useful and timely information that is typically out of reach to the public.”

Mffais.com now allows users to search for real-time information broken down into a convenient, user-friendly format that organizes the data by reporting period. Within an hour, Mffais extracts, compares and publishes reported holdings in 13F format. Users can now also search for holdings information using different filters, such as industry, location, or owner.

Unlike most websites of its kind, Mffais allows users to view the entire ownership history of a company, meaning users can more thoroughly delve into a company’s background. This more comprehensive approach makes it easy for institutional ownership enthusiasts to follow company patterns. The website also reports on stock options and bonds, making it an invaluable tool for anyone who seeks recent financial information for publicly traded companies.

About Mffais.com

Mffais.com has been providing institutional ownership information since 2005. As the most comprehensive website that shows the history of institutional ownership, Mffais allows users to follow ownership changes, as well stock options and bonds. Now, with the removal of its paywall, Mffais is more accessible than ever. Users no longer have to pay membership fees to gain access to ownership information. For more information about how to use the tool, visit the help page at http://www.mffais.com/mffais/help.html.


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    Mffais.com
    52-552-6409
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  • Kevin Traster

    (562) 283-8086
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