Stock Analysis for Beginners - Domino's Pizza Case Analysis
- Have a general knowledge and interest in finance
- Have a working computer
This course explores valuation techniques commonly used by Wall Street firms. The topics covered provide practical application of the standards and methods professional analysts apply on the job. Learn how to conduct stock analysis with real time application in this free stock analysis introductory course.
The Domino’s Pizza, Inc. (DPZ) stock price has increased 12% in 2020. Does the stock has more room for upside potential? This previously recorded live case lecture covers key fundamental events that caused the stock price to increase. We also discuss valuation analysis to determine if the stock price is currently undervalued or fairly valued by the market. Finally, we determine if the stock is a buy or sell and the potential upside or downside for the remainder of the year.
Topics we will cover include:
How to source press releases and news that may affect a company's stock price
How to conduct valuation analysis
How to do financial modeling
How to create price targets for buying and selling stocks
Domino's Pizza (DPZ) stock breakdown and analysis
How to forecast market trends
How to read and analyze a company's earnings report
How to analyze price targets and valuations
Technical chart analysis
Company Due Diligence
Financial Statements Modeling
Discounted Cash Flow
Comparable Company Analysis
A practical approach to investing
Who this course is for:
Beginner finance students looking to learn about the analyst side of finance. This is an ideal introductory course to get a good understanding of what finance professionals learn and do on any given work day.
Finance college students looking to break into the world of finance
Peopling looking to trade stocks practically and logically
Who this course is for:
- Beginner finance students interested in trading stocks or working in finance
- Students that want to get ahead of their peers and land a high-paying job after college
Mr. Romero has over a decade of professional finance, investing, and entrepreneurial experience. Mr. Romero’s passion for teaching led him to create Romero Mentoring, an EdTech platform to educate the next generation of finance professionals. Before Romero Mentoring, he founded Romero Capital, a private long/short equity fund. Before this, he served as a senior instructor at the New York School of Finance and conducted financial training programs for corporate and individual clients across the U.S., Canada, and Germany.
Before his teaching career, Mr. Romero was an equity analyst and trader at Seven Points Capital, executing long and short equity strategies. He began his career at Credit Suisse as a Mergers & Acquisitions analyst in New York, where he acquired deal experience in the technology, industrial, and health care industries. He has also worked with food & beverage and education start-ups.
Mr. Romero holds a B.B.A. in Finance and Investments with a minor in Philosophy from Baruch College, Zicklin School of Business. He was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and grew up in the Bronx, New York.