You're an investor who likes to do your own research. You've read the annual report, you've studied the financial statements, but do you really know the company? How can you get an edge? Scuttlebutt Investor picks up where Skonieczny's previous book, Due Diligence: How to Research a Stock, left off. Whereas the research process described in Due Diligence involves studying a company's SEC filings and learning about its industry, Scuttlebutt Investor focuses on how to gather information that can only be obtained by interviewing sources such as members of the management, employees, suppliers, and more. Each of these players brings a unique perspective based on the type of role they fulfill for the company. This book takes readers through the process of finding and interviewing these sources, and serves as a practical guide for investors to refer to each time they study a company.