The SEC provides three Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds for EDGAR structured disclosure submissions as a courtesy for those interested in viewing, analyzing, and manipulating the submissions. These feeds are updated every ten minutes Monday through Friday, 6am – 10pm EST. The content and format of these files may change without prior notice.
These feeds are lists of the 100 most recent filings for:
- Corporate issuer filings containing financial statements tagged using the US GAAP XBRL taxonomy.
- Mutual fund filings containing the risk/return summary tagged using the XBRL US Mutual Fund Risk/Return Summary Taxonomy.
- Filings in both of the above 2 categories.
The above RSS links may be opened in a web browser, but the resulting page will lack functionality. Rather, they are designed to be accessed with specialized RSS software products, which are widely available for free.
Each entry provides metadata (company name, accession number, CIK, filing date, form type, and file number), a link to the filing EDGAR, and a link to the interactive structured data files in a compressed (.zip) format.
For a historical archive of all filings with XBRL exhibits submitted to the SEC beginning with the inception of the voluntary program in 2005, go to http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/monthly/. Each monthly archive contains a complete set of all structured data filings received during that month across all programs.