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Hey! I was wondering how I can ensure that I have the most recent financial statement figures without having to go into each stock separately and checking. ex: =epf.yahoo.annualcurrentassets(“aapl”, 2020) may show me apples recent 10-K numbers, or it may show me #N/A. then I would have to go to 2019’s financials which would be a year too late.
Any help would be great!
Thanks for you interest in our product. You could use an Excel IF statement combined with the ISNUMBER function, for example:
This will show the 2020 revenue number (if it exists) otherwise the 2019 number.
I hope this helps!,
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Hi, just wondering if dividend payments will be included soon for payments made (not dividend yield but actual dividends paid). Cheers
Thanks for your comment.
The Add-in does provide dividend payment history, for example the below formula will retrieve Microsoft dividends since 1 Jan 2019:
=EPF.Yahoo.DividendsDatePeriod(“MSFT”, “1 Jan 2019”, “1 Nov 2020″,”DESC”, 1)
More details in the User Guide: https://www.excelpricefeed.com/userguide/excel-array-formulas-yahoo-finance#EPF.Yahoo.DividendsDatePeriod