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Understanding Financial Statements - Stocks & Shares Analysis

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Understanding Financial Statements - Stocks & Shares Analysis
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 42 lectures (5h 3m) | Size: 2.87 GB
Financial Statements as Most Important Aspect of Fundamental Analysis. Conceptual course for people across the Globe


What you'll learn
How to read, understand and Analyse Financial Statements?
What to look for in Financial Statements and what to make out of it?
How to identify value stocks for long term investment by analyzing the Financial Statements?
How to evaluate the worth of a business or an investment in shares?
The concept of Assets Liabilities and their balance
Significance of Retained Earnings, Reserves and Surplus
Significance of Debt Equity Ratio
Working Capital and its Significance
How to look at and what to look for in a Balance Sheet
The Golden Rule of a Good Balance Sheet
How to read and analyse a Balance Sheet
How to read and analyse a Profit and Loss Statement
Significance of Top Line and Bottom Line and the associated psychological aspect
What is Cash Flow
Significance of Cash Flow statement
How to read and analyse a Cash Flow statement
Significance of Ratio Analysis
Understanding Face Value of a Share
Understanding Book Value of a Share
Understanding Market Price of a Share
Understanding EPS
Understanding PE Ratio
Analysis of Debt Equity Ratio
Understanding ROE
Understanding PB ratio
Requirements
There are no prerequisites as we discuss from basics.
Description
If you are looking at investing in Stocks or Shares for a long term, then it is essential for you to conduct a Fundamental Analysis of the Stocks you intend to invest in. Fundamental analysis involves Industry Analysis, Company Analysis and Analysis of the Financial Statements. While Industry and Company Analysis are subjective and based on general reading material and business news, Analysis of Financial Statements is an Objective thing based on Facts and Figures ultimately culminating in Ratio Analysis based on which you make long term decisions.
In this course hosted by PRUDENCE Engineering and Financial Consultants, Col (Dr) Shabbar Shahid, an Army Veteran and a post graduate in Engineering and Finance with a Doctorate in management explains how an investor or any person can read, understand and analyze the financial statements and do ratio analysis of any business to determine the financial health of that business. This would help in financial analysis of a business and also identify good stocks for long term investment. The contents of the 3 financial statements viz. the Balance sheet, the PnL or income statement and the Cash flow statement and their relevance have been explained threadbare in detail for any non finance person to understand easily. Figures for the past 5 years have been analysed to explain how one can determine the growth of a company or otherwise.
Concepts like Assets, Liabilities, Retained earnings, Debt Equity, Current Assets, Current Liabilities, Working Capital, Top line-Bottom line, Revenue, Expenses, EBIT, Net profit, Cash flows from operating activities, Investment activities, Financing activities, Difference between Face value- Book value and market value and various ratios like EPS, PE, Debt Equity and Current ratio have been explained from the basics in a simple manner which one does not find in books. At the end of each financial statement, the key takeaways have been recapitulated.
The real life financial statements of a running company have been used to explain the contents, refraining from any hypothetical examples.
This course will be of immense benefit to those who intend to invest in Stock market as well as those who are already investing but with limited knowledge inputs. This course will help the students of finance, commerce and those pursuing or intending to pursue management courses in any subject to build their professional career on sound knowledge. Students of other disciplines like science, engineering and humanities who are interested in managing their personal investments will also find this course very useful.
If you own a business or are an employee responsible for growth of your company or if you are planning to invest in any company and if you are not familiar with reading the financial statements, then this course shall be of great help to you. You must at least have a look at the preview.
The speaker knows the subject well and speaks to the point without any glamour, frills or divergence thus, respecting the value of time.
Who this course is for
Students of Finance and Financial Management and those who are looking forward to a successful career in the field of finance and investment
Those who invest or are interested in investing in stock market
Students of commerce and business courses and who look forward to become CFA, CFO or Finance managers or Financial Analysts
University and College students who would like to enhance their finance and investment knowledge
Business owners and Entrepreneurs who would like to analyse the financial strength of their own business
Students aspiring to become financial analyst, Financial consultants or Finance managers
Anyone who is keen to learn Finance and Investment or Financial Analysis
Stock market investors who would like to enhance their ability to evaluate stocks for long term investment
Students undergoing professional courses in Finance like CFA, CA, MBA etc for better understanding of the subject
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