This course will help you understand the pillars of Financial Valuation, made famous by great investors like Warren Buffett. Enter your email address and we'll send you a code for 15% off when this course comes online.
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Course Description:Learn how to discover undervalued stocks by examining the underlying factors that make the biggest difference to bullish trends. Discover how the three-key financial statements (Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement, and Balance Sheet) help you screen for stocks that are most likely to rise, and which value ratios are most common amongst stocks likely to go up in value.
- Understand the financial statements and how they can be used to find good stocks
- Use financial value ratios (ROE, PEG, etc.) to confirm a bullish outlook on a stock
- Streamline your analysis to scan for the best stocks with the fundamental characteristics that matter most
About the Instructor
John Jagerson is a CFA® and CMT charter holder and a founder of Learning Markets, which provides analysis and education for individual and professional investors. He is an author or co-author of five books on investing, currencies, bonds, and stocks. John has appeared in outlets like Forbes.com, BBC Radio, Nasdaq.com, and CBS for his financial strategy expertise. After graduating with a B.S. in Business from Utah Valley University, John completed the PLD program at Harvard Business School. Once the markets close each day, he can be found back on his mountain bike or in his running shoes on the trails of the Wasatch Mountains near his home.
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