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Tim Parker, CFA quoted in Barron’s

SEC.gov Website Is a Nightmare to Navigate

Fund investors are advised to “read the prospectus,” but good luck finding it on the SEC’s Byzantine site.

By Lewis Braham
May 7, 2016

The Securities and Exchange Commission is the regulatory body for the biggest, most powerful financial markets in the world. So why does its Website, SEC.gov, function like it was designed in the Pong era?
The answer isn’t readily apparent, but the problems are. Just try searching the site’s algorithm-driven database for an exchange-traded fund’s prospectus or a mutual fund’s annual report.  Click here to read the full article.

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