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Profit and Loss statement analysis for Fundamental analysis

Jimeet Modi

Introduction: Balance Sheet and P&L are the most objective way of looking at the financial position of a company. P&L statement reports a company’s financial performance over a specific period of time by providing a summary of how the business incurs its revenues and expenses. It is the document that an investor uses to judge… Continue reading Profit and Loss statement analysis for Fundamental analysis

Fundamental Analysis : Balance Sheet Analysis & Red Flags

Umesh Mehta

How should an Investor look at a balance Sheet for fundamental analysis? Introduction: Balance Sheet and P&L are the most objective way of looking at the financial position of a company. Anything and everything that the business does, get’s impartially reflected in the numbers and thus ability to read such numbers intelligently is the key… Continue reading Fundamental Analysis : Balance Sheet Analysis & Red Flags

Identifying Bull Markets : Chart Patterns and Bull Market Bottoms

Umesh Mehta

Bull Market Definition A Bull Market is a market where the prices are rising or are expected to rise. There are more buyers than sellers in this kind of market phase. Any and every good news whether big or small, shall act as a trigger for the prices to go up. Any bad news will… Continue reading Identifying Bull Markets : Chart Patterns and Bull Market Bottoms

Value Investing : How to Pick Good Stocks in Indian Market

Nirali

People usually ask market experts, how to pick up good stocks to invest in when it comes to Indian markets and Value investing. One of the easiest and probably best way of identifying the good stocks is to lookout for value investment opportunities meaning identifying the undervalued stocks and accordingly making positions in it. Good investing… Continue reading Value Investing : How to Pick Good Stocks in Indian Market

What is an Annual Report and 4 things that an Investor should look for in an Annual Report?

Umesh Mehta

Annual Report Definition An Annual Report is a comprehensive and detailed report of a company’s activities throughout the preceding year. Annual Reports are made to give shareholders and other interested parties information about the company’s activities and financial performance. In simple terms, its’ the annual report card of a company. Filing Annual Reports – A Compliance Requirement Most… Continue reading What is an Annual Report and 4 things that an Investor should look for in an Annual Report?

How to Analyse Banking Stocks – A Complete Guide

Kinjal Parekh

Content List: How to analyse banking stocks? 1. Types of Banks in India2. Banking Model – How does a bank work?3. Bank’s Income Statement – CASA, Net Interest Income, Net Interest margin, PCR4. What are Non-Performing Assets (NPA)?5. How does NPA affect NII and NIM?6. All about Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR)7. Provision Coverage Ratio vs… Continue reading How to Analyse Banking Stocks – A Complete Guide

Company Analysis: 5-Step Guide for Investors for Fundamental Analysis

Kinjal Parekh

Which is the best stock to invest in for the long term? Which company will provide high returns in the future? How to find such high-growth companies and opportunities to invest? All of these questions are answered when you analyse a company. If you believe that only professionals can do that, then you are wrong.… Continue reading Company Analysis: 5-Step Guide for Investors for Fundamental Analysis

What is Interest Coverage Ratio? Formula, Meaning and Analysis

Deepika Khude

What is Interest Coverage Ratio? Why do you invest in stocks? To make money, right? But wouldn’t you agree that there’s an equal chance that you can also lose money? After all, there is no mathematical formula to decide which stock will make money and which will not. It is impossible to predict the future… Continue reading What is Interest Coverage Ratio? Formula, Meaning and Analysis

Debt to Equity Ratio – Meaning, Formula & How to Use Debt to Equity Ratio to Analyse Stocks

Deepika Khude

Debt to Equity ratio (DE) is a popular leverage ratio. It is used by both investors and creditors to determine the financial strength of a company. A company raises capital in two ways – Debt Financing Equity Financing Debt financing is taking loan from a creditor in exchange for fixed interest payments. Equity financing is… Continue reading Debt to Equity Ratio – Meaning, Formula & How to Use Debt to Equity Ratio to Analyse Stocks

How to Read a Cash Flow Statement of a Company

Kinjal Parekh

People often believe that a cash flow statement shows a company’s profitability. But that’s not the case…they are two different things. A cash flow statement lists only the cash inflows and outflows. It helps us understand where the cash is coming in and where the company is spending it. While the income statement lists cash… Continue reading How to Read a Cash Flow Statement of a Company

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