Stock Market investment: Practical Accounting
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Stock Market investment: Practical Accounting

Practical Accounting & Financial Statements for investment.
4.4 (8 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
1,130 students enrolled
Created by Knowledge Pursue
Last updated 1/2017
English
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  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the 3 financial statements, profit and loss, balance sheet and cash flow.
  • Appreciate why we want to depreciate expenses over many years.
  • Clearly distinguish net profit from cash flow.
  • Interpret how profit, assets and cash flow relate to one another.
  • Identify what a shareholder truly owns when he invests into a company.
  • Explain common accounting practices.
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Requirements
  • No prior knowledge required.
Description

Be honest to yourself. How many of you are investing in the stock market without knowing anything about accounting? You just use technical charts and indicators like moving average cross cover or fibonacci retracements. Is that really enough? The truth is, it is not! You need to know exactly what you are investing into. And to do that, you need to know accounting!

There are many questions like:

-Is the company profitable?

-Does the company have any assets?

-Is the company actually making any money at all?

-And even if a company is profitable, is the money coming into the company’s bank account?

Obviously you would like to know these answer but when you try to read the company’s financial statements, you get lost!

-Where to start?

-What does each number mean?

-How long is this going to take me!

In this course, I will teach practical accounting knowledge for investors. Starting with the profit and loss statements, we will move onto the balance sheet, and eventually to cash flow.

Along the way, I will discuss accounting concepts like:

-Why do we want to depreciate expenses over many years?

-Net profit comparison with cash flow.

-How does profit and assets interlink?

-What do you truly own as a shareholder?

-How exactly to interpret the cash flow statement?

Unlike other courses out there where you just see a wall of boring text presentations, this course will include animated diagrams, charts and diagrams to simplify concepts and guarantee your understanding.

I promise I will not be teaching generic unactionable ideas like you must buy low and sell high. Also, this is also not a motivation class where I preach to you that you must work hard to succeed, or you must have discipline to profit from the market.

In this course, I will teach you exact accounting concepts and frame works.

In addition, Udemy and I promise a 30 day money back guarantee so you have absolutely no risk. If I fail to deliver up to your expectations, you can have your money back after attending the course. No questions asked.

So what are you waiting for? Its time to take action! Go ahead to click on the enrol button. I will see you at our course.

Who is the target audience?
  • Traders and Investors who are only relying on technical analysis and want to improve on it with financial analysis.
  • Investors who wish to do their own stock market research.
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Curriculum For This Course
43 Lectures
03:09:00
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Before We Begin
1 Lecture 04:14
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Profit and loss
11 Lectures 01:02:30

Supermarket Business
04:24

Shoe Factory Business
02:35

Shipyard Business
02:46

Generic Business
03:11

Back To Supermarket Business
07:11

Distribution Expense
06:26

Depreciation Expense
09:53

Finance Interest expense
04:02


Reading the Profit and loss
07:00
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Balance Sheet
10 Lectures 57:53


The concept of equity
08:50

Intangible Assets
06:58

Goodwill from acquisition
04:52

Be careful of intangible assets
04:02

BalanceSheet linkage with profit and loss
04:42

Capitalization of Assets
04:14

Capitalization of losses
04:11

Reading the balance sheet
05:28
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Cashflow
7 Lectures 24:16
Business and cashflow requirements
06:02

Operating activities
04:33

Investing Activities
02:38

Financing Activities
03:42

Most important section for investors
01:26

Difficulity in understanding cash flow
02:39

Reading Cash flow statement
03:16
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Other Accounting Practices
11 Lectures 23:33
Receivables and payables
03:33

Asset Revaluation-Appreciation
02:35

Asset Revaluation-Depreciation
01:14

Depreciation and Cashflow
01:44

Doubtful Debt
01:34

Purchase of new inventory
01:33

Dead Inventory Write off
01:12

Difference Between profit and cash flow
02:52

What items can be classified as assets?
02:16

Revenue Recognition
01:35

Capitalizing the machine
03:25
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Case Study
2 Lectures 11:23
Beoing
06:15

Starbucks
05:08
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Summary
1 Lecture 05:11
Summary
05:11
About the Instructor
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