Interpreting Financial Statements
What you'll learn
- Learn the different types of financial statements
- Understand Wall Street methods for analyzing financial statements
- Apply ratio analysis to financial statements
- Gage the economic health of a company based on its financial statements
- Microsoft Excel
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This course teaches the Wall Street methods for interpreting financial statements. The course shows step-by-step instructions to gather financial information, input it in to Microsoft Excel, perform a standard financial analysis and understand the results.
The course includes video and screen shots of every technique, tool and step. There is also a downloadable Excel file for the students to use in tandem with the instruction.
Students should take this course to:
- Learn how Wall Street analysts evaluate companies
- Take control of their financial well-being
- Improve their understanding of investing in the stock market
- Begin advanced training in investments and Wall Street finance
The course is structured around the three types of financial statements: income statements, balance sheets and statements of cash flow. There are lectures that describe and walk through each type of financial statement and lectures that show exactly how to perform a financial analysis.
Who this course is for:
- New investors
- Business and finance students
- Investors in need of a refresher course
- Students of the market
Austin Higgins is a consultant, author and university lecturer who helps organizations increase profits and customer retention while reducing time-to-market and investment costs of developing technology products. He works with marketing, finance, technology and executive leaders from companies of all sizes to design, build and launch technology products.
Austin has worked with leaders at companies like Southwest Airlines, McKesson, Slalom, Pioneer Natural Resources, Bank of America, SeatonHill, KMM Corp, Freedom Records and more. Technology products he has been responsible for deliver more than $1 billion per year in annual benefit. He has demonstrated expertise in product management, project management, team leadership, business analysis and financial strategy.
Over 6.2 million readers have read his expertise in executive strategy and investment finance in dozens of publications. His expertise has reached the home page of Yahoo! Finance and Google Finance over 120 times. He regularly speaks at conferences, businesses and universities to distill tools and methods to build better products.
He holds an MBA in Investment Finance and Strategy from the University of Texas at Dallas, a BA in English and Comparative Linguistics from the University of North Texas and a certificate in Hindi Language and Literature from the Defense Language Institute. Austin is an active duty veteran of the United States Air Force where he was assigned the Emerging Language Task Force at the prestigious Presidio of Monterey.