Stock Market Fundamental Analysis: Company & Stock Valuation
What you'll learn
- Financial Modeling
- Company Valuation
- Stock Valuation
- Fundamental Analysis
- Stock Market Investing
- Stock Analysis
- Financial Analysis
- Interest in finance and financial modeling
- Interest in company valuation
- Interest in the stock market
- Interest in investing
- Interest in fundamental analysis
In this course, you will learn how to determine the valuation of a company or stock by analyzing different measures using ratios and statistics. We start by going through the valuation measures, then the financial highlights, and lastly the trading information for a given company. I will show you which platforms you can use and where to look to find these ratios and statistics to help with out valuation decisions. All the platforms and websites covered in this course are free and easy to use. Also, through out the course I will teach you the definitions and what trends to look out for. In Addition, we will cover some important terminologies and go through some live examples. These examples will include a side by since comparison of growth companies and blue-chip companies from the same sector. This will allow you to determine which company is undervalued and which company is overvalued. The skills learned in this course will help you determine whether a company has a good valuation and if it is a good investment and a possible vehicle for capital appreciation. The course will cover concepts such as short interest, dividends, and stock splits.
This course is all about financial education, financial modeling, and analysis.
Who this course is for:
- Investors interested in company valuation
Professional Engineer with over 10 years of development and testing experience. I am passionate about teaching the latest technologies in my industry. I hope that others can learn from my courses and learn new things that could help them with their education and professional careers. In addition to the software industry, I also have a great interest in the financial markets and experience in both technical and fundamental analysis.