Bryn Harman

Bryn Harman, CFA, is a seasoned investment professional with more than 13 years of experience in the fields of corporate finance and investment finance. For the past seven years, his focus has been on bottom-up fundamental analysis of small cap companies. Harman is currently the director of research for a value-oriented investment firm in the Northwest. Bryn has a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada.

  1. Financial Analysis

    Unearth Profits In Oil Exploration And Production

    Drill down into financial statements to tap into the right companies and let returns flow.
  2. Commodities

    Oil And Gas Industry Primer

    Before jumping into this hot sector, learn how these companies make their money.
  3. Financial Analysis

    Assess Shareholder Wealth With EPS

    Find out if management is doing its job of creating profit for investors.
  4. Financial Analysis

    Revenue Projections Show Profit Potential

    Examining how a company makes money can offer clues about its earnings potential.
  5. Financial Analysis

    Digging Into Book Value

    This calculation will serve up your portion of the shareholder pie.
  6. Financial Analysis

    Analyzing Operating Margins

    Find out how to put this important component of equity analysis to work for you.
  7. Financial Analysis

    The Flow Of Company Information

    Learn how to gather all the pieces before you start to put together your puzzle.
  8. FA Relevant

    The Workings Of Equity Portfolio Management

    Achieve analytical efficiency by applying your evaluation to a key set of stocks.
  9. Financial Analysis

    Top 3 Pitfalls Of Discounted Cash Flow Analysis

    The DCF method can be difficult to apply to real-life valuations. Find out where it comes up short.
  10. Financial Analysis

    Earnings Power Drives Stocks

    Internal return on investment helps determine a stock's ability to propel shareholder returns.
  11. Financial Analysis

    Style Matters In Financial Modeling

    If you're looking to get a job as an analyst, you'll need to know how to work it.