50 Awesome Social Networks for Finance Geeks Learning about finance is so much easier when you can see first-hand what others are doing to achieve success. That’s the beauty of social networks with a focus on finance. The following social networks offer opportunities for finance students and geeks to contribute as well as learn from others. Whether you are interested in investing, business, participating in peer-to-peer loans, or personal finance growth, the following social networks are sure to help you make connections with others in the world of finance. Investing and General Finance From learning investment strategies to staying on top of market news these social networks all have a focus on investing and general finance topics.
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KAYCO International Group – Los problemas difíciles los solucionamos de inmediato, para los imposibles nos podemos demorar un poco más. Stock Picker's Delight - AlphaClone If there is one overriding theme this year for investors, it is uncertainty. Unsure about the staying power of the recovery in the US and debt woes both here and in Europe, investors have flocked to emerging markets and have been well rewarded. The iShares emerging markets index ETF is up 12% on the year, nearly double the return in the S&P500. For investors who took a more selective approach, the returns were even better. The iShares South Africa and Korea ETFs are up 25% and 15% respectively year-to-date. With an uneven recovery that has been neither global nor broad, 2010 has been a year where being selective and being right has really paid off – this market is a stock picker's delight.
13 Best Small- and Mid-Cap Stocks to Buy for 2016 - Pg.3 - TheStreet Analyzing Financial Statements This topic could be and is a full semester course at some business schools. It is a deep and rich topic that I can’t cover in one single blog post. But it is also a relatively narrow skill set at its most developed levels. If you are going to be a public equity analyst, you need to understand this stuff cold and this post will not get you there. But if you are an entrepreneur being handed financial statements from your bookkeeper or accountant or controller, then you need to be able to understand them and I’d like this post to help you do that. I’d also like this post help those of you who want to be more confident buying, holding, and selling public stocks.
How to Calculate Intrinsic Value for Stock Warren Buffet Way How to Calculate Intrinsic ValueDiscounted Earnings, Instead of Just Cash Flow Summarized Overview You will find information about why you should calculate intrinsic value in stock market investing, and step by step guide on how to do it. You will also find information about which key financial ratios to use and what you have to do after calculating intrinsic value. How to Value a Stock with Benjamin Graham’s Formula How to value stocks series For other posts in the series, follow the links below. Quick Word on the Science and Art of Valuation Discounted Cash Flow & Stock Valuation The purpose of the Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) valuation is to find the sum of the future cash flow of the business and discount it back to a present value. I use the F Wall Street method of valuing a business along with some tweaks here and there to suit my tastes in the free and best valuation spreadsheets you can find on this site. The advantage of this method is that it requires the investor to think about the stock as a business and analyze its cash flow rather than earnings. The first and foremost reason a business exists is to make money where money = cash, not earnings.
Research and Valuation Process How to Invest in the Stock Market: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 Here is the process I follow which is rooted in the Graham and Dodd approach: Search I usually scan for ideas reading print media such as the Wall Street Journal, Barrons, and websites such as Google Finance and blogs looking at 52-wk lows lists looking for headlines that just spell “bad news” and articles that may lead to ideas with catalysts, event driven ideas and sometimes macro-event driven ideas.
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