Friday, December 21, 2018 at 1:03 PM #119046
I finally learned to use the API (of course through the patience and help from David and Peter) and all I can say is it’s an amazing system.
A question on the report.id number: does each company has one report.id (as the cik) or each financial statement has its own report.id number (different balance sheet of different years has its own report.id number)?
Secondly, is there anyway that we can query using pd Admin to get a list of ticker, cik and report.id?
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