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What will I learn?
- Analyze a stock’s income and cash flow statements
- Identify weakness hidden in a stock’s balance sheet
- Understand which value ratios identify stocks likely to rise
- Use fundamental analysis to pinpoint a good stock
- Watch the value ratios that matter most
- Move from simply knowing when to buy to knowing what to buy
This course includes:
- Over 67 lessons of on-demand video, exercises, and interactive content
- Lifetime access to so that you can learn on your schedule
This course is for:
Beginner to intermediate investors looking to move beyond ETF’s and mutual funds and start picking specific stocks based on sound research.
Investopedia Academy provided me the tools to expand my financial analysis skills with a fun and easy to understand course.
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Analyzing Revenue and EPS
- Net Income & EPS Trends: Chart Analysis Part One
- Net Income & EPS Trend: Exceptions
Avoid Hidden Risks with Free Cash Flow
- Cash Flow Statement
- Operating Activities
- Free Cash Flow
Is Management Any Good?
- Return on Equity
- Balance Sheet
- Negative Equity
- ROE Calculation
Take the Pulse of Wall Street with PEG and Other Ratios
- PE Ratio: What You’re Paying For
- Ratio Example
- PE/G Ratio: What You’re Paying For
- PE/G Ratio: Faults
- PE/GY Ratio: Examples
- PE/GY Ratio: Faults
Start Your Search
- Stock Screening
- Narrow the Search
How Dividends Turbo-Charge Returns
- Timing is Everything
- Dividends vs. Growth
- Payout Ratio
- Dividend Quality
Sizing Up the Competition with Relative Strength
- Relative Strength: What Is It?
- Relative Strength: Beta
- Value Ratios
Understanding the Business Cycle and Sector Rotation
- Business Cycle
- Sector Rotation
- Economic Indicators
- Maturity Examples
- Yield Curve Analysis: Example One, Two, three, four