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Introduction to Fundamental Analysis Income Statement Analysis Balance Sheet Analysis Cash Flow Analysis Shareholders' Equity Analysis Ratios and Definitions


Income Statement Analysis

 - Great companies and good
    EPS growth do not guarantee
    stock market profits

 - The P/E ratio can create
    buying opportunities


 - Mishaps can create steals

 - Unusual charges reduce the
    value of your stock

 - ROE is the single best tool
    for investors

 - ROA is another valuable tool

 - Investors pay for high profit
    margins

 - Lenders can eat up all the
    profits

 - Depreciation creates
    deferred taxes, which have
    equity-like qualities


 - EPS is a complicated
    calculation

 

 


Income Statement Analysis

Because the Income Statement reports the profitability of a company, which is the main element of valuing a stock, it is therefore the single most important financial document produced by a company. This section deals with how to analyze a business by using the Income Statement to determine at what price (if any) a company is a worthwhile investment.

10 Investment Concepts

   - Great companies and good EPS growth do not guarantee stock market profits
 - The P/E ratio can create buying opportunities

 - Mishaps can create steals
 - Unusual charges reduce the value of your stock
 - ROE is the single best tool for investors
 - ROA is another valuable tool
 - Investors pay for high profit margins
 - Lenders can eat up all the profits
 - Depreciation creates deferred taxes, which have equity-like qualities

 - EPS is a complicated calculation

 

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