Fundamental analysis involves analyzing a company’s financial statements. This allows investors to determine the financial health of a business. The “Evaluating a Business” course pack will show you how to read financial statements and how to use the information to make investment decisions.
Stocks aren’t just blips on a screen. They represent actual businesses, and you don’t know what you’re investing in until you evaluate a stock’s business.
A balance sheet is a snapshot of what the company owns and what the company owes. Being able to read and understand a balance sheet is a key component to doing investment research.
The income statement summarizes a company’s revenues and expenses. It is a crucial component to understand in order to measure a company’s health and the potential of its stock.
Ever wonder how business is like country music? Well, in both cases, Cash is King. This course will show you how to read and analyze a cash flow statement…not country music.
We delved into the balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement. Now it’s time to put all these statements together and analyze whether or not a business is a worthy investment.