Introduction to Fundamental Analysis Course

Fundamental Analysis is the art and science of analyzing a stock based on the fundamental characteristics of the business. Its goal is to know the business well by looking at its financial health and performance.

Since a stock is a share of a business. A fundamental analysis thinks of a stock as an ownership of a business in such a way that the same analysis is put into effort as if you are buying the business as a whole.

In this course, you will learn how to read and interpret the 3 financial statements of the business. The balance sheet, income statement and cashflow statement. We will talk about different formulas that you can use to determine if a business is worth buying. The same formulas that Warren Buffett and Ben Graham used to analyze stocks.

So! Without further ado, I'll see you on the next video.

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  1. Introduction to Fundamental Analysis Course
  2. Safety First Investing
  3. Balance Sheet, Income Statement and Cashflow
  4. How to Grow Money by Picking Fundamentally Sound Stocks
  5. What Affects the Stock Price?
  6. Income Statement Part 1 - Top to Bottom Line
  7. Income Statement Part 2 - Analyzing Income Statement and EPS
  8. Income Statement Part 3 - PE Ratio
  9. Income Statement Part 4 - Earnings Yield
  10. Income Statement Part 5 - Profit Margin Ratios
  11. Income Statement Part 6 - Hands on with Profit Margin Ratios
  12. Balance Sheet Part 1 - What is a Balance Sheet
  13. Balance Sheet Part 2 - What does a Balance Sheet Look Like
  14. Balance Sheet Part 3 - ROE
  15. Balance Sheet Part 4 - Using ROE on a Real Company
  16. Balance Sheet Part 5 - Debt Ratios
  17. Balance Sheet Part 6 - Using Debt Ratios
  18. Cashflow Statement Part 1
  19. Cashflow Statement Part 2 - Operating, Investing, Financing and Free Cashflow
  20. Cashflow Statement Part 3 - Dividends
  21. Investing Strategy - The Buffett Way
  22. Portfolio Management
  23. When to Sell Your Stocks?
  24. How to Think About Investments