3 – Is That A Great Balance Sheet Or What?

2020-11-18

Introduction – Balance Sheet

Before you ever invest in a stock, you need to know if the company behind the stock is a quality business. A quick and easy way to determine that is to check out the company’s balance sheet. However, how do you know if the company has a good balance sheet or a bad balance sheet?

What we are going to teach you and help you learn today is how to properly value a business so you can make more profitable long-term decisions on your common stock investment portfolios, because we all know that businesses get their value from the amount of cash that the company generates on behalf of its stakeholders.

Stocks simply represent ownership interest in those businesses, therefore, the trick to long-term success, at least in our opinion, is to buy the stocks when they are aligned with the intrinsic value of the business behind the stock. FAST Graphs Value-You Academy is going to help you do this. It will not only teach you how to value businesses, but also how to read and understand a company’s financial statements, thereby taking the mystery out of investing – a question a lot of you have asked.

It will also provide you with the necessary tools, and that’s one of the things that’s really going to differentiate us. We’re going to show you how to read financial statements and then give you the tools so that you can manipulate the important metrics in the financial statement and organize them in such a way that you can efficiently and effectively analyze whether you have a good financial statement or a bad financial statement.

Watch this FAST Graph Value-You Academy video and learn how to tell.

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