Stock Market Investing for Beginners

Stock Market Investing for Beginners : Fundamental Analysis

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In this book you will learn about the Fundamental Analysis in stock market and get useful information and guidance about how you should prepare yourself on the basis on Fundamentals of a company. This book is designed to be precise about informing a newbee investor about the Basics of Fundamental Analysis used in stock market without confusing with excessive information that might get too heavy for a beginner and demotivate him or her even before stepping in the market.This book contains the following topics that will guide you through the path of Fundamental Analysis.Chapter 1: Introduction to Stock Analysis - Fundamental Analysis - Technical Analysis Chapter 2: What Fundamental Analysis Is and Why You Should Use It - Why Fundamental Analysis is needed? - Steps in Fundamental Analysis - So, does fundamental analysis work? Chapter 3: Fundamental Analysis - Brush up the Basic Terms (a)EPS: (Earnings per Share) (b)P/E Ratio: (Price/ EPS) (c)Dividends (d)Book Value (e)Growth Stocks (f)52-week high: (g)52-week low: (h)Day Last: (i)Net change: (j)Moving average: (k)Stock symbol: (l)Shareholder: (m)Volume: (n)PSR: Chapter 4: Fundamental Analysis: Two Approaches - Top down Approach - Bottom Up Approach Chapter 5: Different Information Considered for Making - Investment Decisions - Financial and Economic Theory - Financial Intelligence - Historical Performance - Additional Information Chapter 6: Fundamental Analysis to Make Trading Decisions Chapter 7: Financial Statement - The Director’s Report - The Auditor’s Report - Financial Statements - Balance Sheet Analysis - Why You Should Analyze a Balance Sheet - Liquidity Ratios - Current Ratio - Acid Test or Quick Ratio - Working Capital - Leverage - Bankruptcy - Tying It All Together Chapter 8: Stock Analysis- Basic FOUR Questions Chapter 9: Two sides of Fundamental Analysis - Strengths Of Fundamental Analysis. (a)Long-term Trends (b)Value Spotting (c)Business Insight Weaknesses of Fundamental Analysis (a)Time Constraints (b)Industry/Company Specific (c)Analyst Bias Conclusionsshow more

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  • Paperback | 74 pages
  • 133.35 x 203.2 x 4.32mm | 136.08g
  • Createspace Independent Pub
  • English
  • 1508445249
  • 9781508445241