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MarketBrief analyzes up to 100,000 pages of SEC Filings per day. Interesting items and breaking news are found in filings within a fraction of a second.

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Our system follows events in both public and private companies
0.8-0.9 Seconds
The average time it takes our system to break a new story after a document is discovered
500,000+ Companies
Public and private companies covered by MarketBrief
10,000,000 SEC Filings and documents analyzed to date
100,000,000 historical documents within the MarketBrief database

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