Shares Outstanding Data For Every U.S Listed Stock

ExclCSO provides up to 11 years of shares outstanding data for every company listed in the U.S filing reports to the SEC. All data is collected from the SEC’s EDGAR company filing database unique for each company requested. ExclCSO returns all classes of shares traded along with voting rights for shares, ADR / ADS information for foreign filers and allows for direct search through EDGAR’s search functionality.

Straight From The SEC

All shares outstanding data is collected directly from SEC XBRL filings, so no middle man or data supplier.

3,000+ companies

Data available for ever U.S listed company that has filed either 10-Q, 10-K, 20-F or 40-F filings in the last decade.

Up To 11 Years Of Data

Data available from the SEC introduction of XBRL in 2009 for large filers, with all other filers from 2011.

Sleek Summary Dashboard & Full Data Set

The dashboard provides a full overview of all shares outstanding data with share voting rights, period analysis, interactive charts, company details and industry info. All shares outstanding data is provided for external use in models, research and data visualisation.

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How to Use & Understand ExclCSO

Full Guides on ExclCSO and how it works coming soon please refer to the F.A.Q or contact me by following the contact link at the top of the page for any questions!

How ExclCSO gets data from the SEC

Full Guides on ExclCSO and how it works coming soon please refer to the F.A.Q or contact me by following the contact link at the top of the page for any questions!

F.A.Q

Answers to some quick questions.

Excel and ExclCSO

ExclCSO should function with all versions of excel down to 2013. However, it has only been tested on the most current versions of Excel.

Unfortunately, ExclCSO does not function on mac due to the sheet’s use of MSHTML to collect information from SEC online filings.

The ExclCSO Excel file is only 4.8 MB about the size of a full HD image.

The first time you open the sheet, Excel will open in protected view, which is intended to stop harmful content from accessing your computer. This is entirely normal and will happen for any downloaded spreadsheet, Click “Enable Editing” to continue (This warning will not show again.)

Excel will also show a “Security warning” for the use of macros and by default disables them. This warning will show every time the sheet is opened. The only way to disable this is to disable the warning (which is not recomened) globally. Click “Enable Content”, and ExclCSO should be fully functioning.

To start using the sheet, click “New Company” in the blue button to the left. This will show a form used to identify the companies ticker, period and data granularity. After filling the form, click “Select”, and the sheet will do the rest.

To clear old companies from the sheet use the blue “Clear” button on the left.

If a ticker that is entered the sheet will use EDGAR’s search function to look for a match (https://www.sec.gov/edgar/search/#) if matches are found a list will be displayed from which to select the correct company name. If a game is not found, the sheet will show an error indicating this, and you should make sure the ticker is accurate.

To the right of the chart, all classes of shares for which data is available will be shown. To select a single class, make sure the button at the top of the segment with “Share Class Selection” to the left with three tick marks is deselected. Then click on the desired class. For multiple class display, make sure this button is selected and highlighted yellow.

If a message indicating an error has occurred, please try entering the ticker again making sure of the spelling. If the error persists, please contact me using the contact page of this site.

Shares Outstanding

“Shares outstanding refer to a company’s stock currently held by all its shareholders, including share blocks held by institutional investors and restricted shares owned by the company’s officers and insiders. “

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“A stock split is a corporate action in which a company divides its existing shares into multiple shares to boost the liquidity of the shares.”

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“A stock split is a corporate action in which a company divides its existing shares into multiple shares to boost the liquidity of the shares.”

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An American depositary receipt (ADR) is a negotiable certificate issued by a U.S. depository bank representing a specified number of shares—often one share—of a foreign company’s stock. The ADR trades on U.S. stock markets as any domestic shares would.

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An American depositary share (ADS) is a U.S. dollar-denominated equity share of a foreign-based company available for purchase on an American stock exchange. American Depositary Shares (ADSs) are issued by depository banks in the U.S. under agreement with the issuing foreign company. The entire issuance is called an American Depositary Receipt (ADR), and the individual shares are referred to as ADSs.

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