Welcome to this course, Stock Market Fundamental Analysis: Basic to Advance Guide, explained everything inside this course in very simple and easy to understand language.
Inside this course we will teach you everything from scratch about how to do Stock Market Fundamental Analysis. After you will complete this course so you will start to understand which company stocks or shares are best to buy, this will help you to pick best shares to build powerful & strong stock trading portfolio.
Along with lectures we have provided you calculator and copy paste formula that will make your task very easy and save tons of your time to find best shares. This calculator will work for all users including mac & windows users.
Fundamental Analysis! Wow that sounds... brainy? So let us break it down in simple words. There are two parts to Fundamental analysis. One is to analyse the impact of Economy and Industry. Say inflation levels are at all time high, government brings a new policy, or there is some tension in random countries on the planet, etc. The other part is where we do the Company analysis i.e. studying the financial statements of the company, understanding the impact of the company launching a new product, the CEO of the company making a public announcement, etc. All these events as a whole have an impact on the stock and the stock market.
After completion of this course, you will be able to analyse and interpret the impact of such events and make an investment decision all by yourself.
So I will see you inside this course, Stock Market Fundamental Analysis: Basic to Advance Guide, I promise you will enjoy it lot.
Also as note I have taught this course on basis of Indian stock market, but still 80% of course content will be valuable to students who are living in some other countries, it means you can use this concepts and buy fundamentally strong shares of your country's companies.
Concept of Fundamental Analysis
Fundamental Analysis Structure
Industrial & Economic Analysis
Shareholding Pledging as Parameter
Profit & Loss Account & Balance Sheet
Bulk & Block Deals as Parameter
Auditors Reports as Parameter
Discussing Balance Sheet Analysis
Cash Flow Statement Analysis
EBITDA & ROCE Analysis
Target Price and Many More
Basics Stock Market Terms