inventory analysis

How to Use Inventory Analysis to Predict Future Stock Returns

February 21, 2018 | Read Now

What You’ll Learn

– Why fundamental inventory analysis is important
– Why inventory is not all equal
– How to breakdown and analyze inventory

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Peter Lynch’s Final Investment Checklist

August 17, 2017 | Read Now

In chapter 15―The Final Checklist―of the book One Up on Wall Street, Peter Lynch summarizes the things that you as an investor would like to know about stocks in each of the six categories, as follows. Here they are…


Stephen Penman’s Accounting for Value – Accounting and Valuation Principles

August 14, 2017 | Read Now

What You’ll Learn
– Point summary of important principles from Stephen Penman’s Accounting for Value
– Accounting and valuation principles

portfolio calculation

Calculating Time Weighted Return Portfolio Performance

August 10, 2017 | Read Now

What You’ll Learn
– Why you should use Time Weighted Returns
– Portfolio performance examples and how to do it
– 2 different methods we use

INVEST1000: This is the $1000 Portfolio

July 18, 2017 | Read Now

What You’ll Learn
– How to create a shortlist of stocks
– How to keep tabs of your stock
– How to do quick valuations
– The INVEST1000 portfolio revealed
– How to avoid “torpedoes” that can sink your portfolio

How Warren Buffett Interprets Financial Statements

September 13, 2015 | Read Now

Get insights into how Buffett would analyze financial statements.

Avoid Losses with These 4 Simple Techniques When Reading the Annual Report

March 11, 2015 | Read Now

Written by Jae Jun follow me on Facebook Twitter What you will learn: 4 tips to help you avoid losses […]

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ROE and ROA Interpretation to Measure Management Effectiveness

August 21, 2014 | Read Now

A look at how to properly use ROE and ROA to Measure Management Effectiveness. Learn how to interpret the numbers and see what the numbers tell you.

How to Calculate a DCF Growth Rate

June 10, 2014 | Read Now

DCF is so easy to calculate and it can be very useful to investors. Why is DCF effective in calculating growth rate and why this can become a trap for value investors?

ROCE and Other Indicators of a Strong Business

April 7, 2014 | Read Now

(This is a guest post) One thing I learned early in my investing journey was to find three signs for […]

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