New Risk Alerts
Discover new risks & investing ideas in SEC filing language changes.

We uncover subtle but important changes in SEC filing language, which research indicates predicts future earnings.

Tweaks in subsequent 10-Ks serve as early warning detectors. They also offer new investment ideas. We reveal new and omitted key words with the potential to materially impact future performance. 


New Risk Alerts are designed to detect nuance before it’s priced into markets, plus: 

  • New or changing risk factors 

  • Hints about future problems and performance

  • Clues that reveal industry or geographic trends 

See New Risk Alert samples

New Risk Alert: (TOL) Toll Brothers Offers New Details Concerning Mortgage Underwriting Risk

New Risk Alert: (TTC) Toro Hints at Potential Change in Relationship With Large Retail Partner in Latest 10-K

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Smarter investing insight
New Risk Alerts are used by analysts, short sellers, and investors to spot new risks and opportunities before they become obvious.

Subscribers can expect to receive alerts as reports are filed. We compare language in filings from top stocks that are widely held and likely to have the greatest market impact. 

Spot key changes first
New Risk Alerts give investors a first-mover advantage by revealing new information before it moves markets.

Research indicates companies that change filing language, especially in the risk factor section, underperform companies that don't tweak filing language.*

*Lazy Prices: Cohen, Malloy, & Nguyen