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  1. Valuing Firms Using Present Value Of Free Cash Flows

    When trying to evaluate a company, it always comes down to determining the value of the free cash flows and discounting them ...
  2. Analyze Investments Quickly With Ratios

    Make informed decisions about your investments with these easy equations.
  3. Negative earnings--or losses--can be caused by temporary factors or permanent difficulties.

    How to Value Companies With Negative Earnings

    For some investors, the possibility of stumbling upon a small biotech with a potential blockbuster drug, or a junior miner ...
  4. how to use DuPont analysis to break apart ROE and get a much better understanding about where movements in ROE are coming from.

    Decoding DuPont Analysis

    Get a deeper understanding of ROE with these three-step and five-step calculations.
  5. 10 Timeless Rules For Investors

    Find out what most investors are doing wrong, and how you can do it right.
  6. Economic Value Added - EVA

    Learn about this metric that measures a company's financial performance based on its residual wealth.
  7. What Investors Can Learn From Insider Trading

    Some insider trading is actually legal - and can be extremely telling for investors.
  8. What is the formula for calculating compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in Excel?

    The concept of CAGR is relatively straightforward and requires only three primary inputs: an investments beginning value, ...
  9. What is the difference between economic value added and market value added?

    Economic value added (EVA) is a performance measure developed by Stern Stewart & Co that attempts to measure the true ...
  10. Top Websites For Checking Your Credit Scores

    You've probably seen spammy ads offering the opportunity to check your credit score for "free." Well, not all credit score ...
  11. PEG Ratio

    Learn more about how this ratio is used to determine a stock's value based on its earnings growth.
  12. Top SEC EDGAR Tools For New Investors

    Navigating the plethora of data available to investors can be overwhelming. The SEC has made it a bit easier with its EDGAR ...
  13. Each year for nearly half a century, Berkshire Hathaway has provided an annual letter to shareholders that discusses the gains it has produced for holders of its common stock.

    Balance Sheet: Analyzing Owners' Equity

    Analyzing owners’ equity is an important analytics tool, but it should be done in the context of other tools such as analyzing ...
  14. Reading The Balance Sheet

    Learn about the components of the statement of financial position and how they relate to each other.
  15. What Is Opportunity Cost And Why Does It Matter?

    Economists suggest that the "opportunity cost" of any decision, the value of the next-best alternative, is crucial to making ...
  16. How to Use Yahoo! Finance

    Yahoo! Finance provides an extremely competent and comprehensive offering for the everyday investor wanting to track a portfolio ...
  17. Analyzing A Bank's Financial Statements

    A careful review of a bank's financial statements can help you identify key factors in a potential investment.
  18. What is the formula for calculating the debt-to-equity ratio?

    Find out how to use this fundamental financial ratio to help assess a company's performance.
  19. How is a company being run? Is it generating profits?

    The Value of Profitability Ratios

    How is a company being run? Is it generating profits? The answer to these questions lies in analyzing the profitability ratios ...
  20. Countries With The Highest Fracking Potential

    Is fracking a "necessary evil," as some believe? Here are some countries with huge fracking potential--and what they stand ...
  21. FYI On ROI: A Guide To Calculating Return On Investment

    Return on investment is a simple equation that can give you an edge when fine-tuning your portfolio - here's how to use it. ...
  22. How To Efficiently Read An Annual Report

    Learn how to read between the lines and decipher the actual condition of a company.
  23. A Checklist For Successful Medical Technology Investment

    Find an investment that will give your portfolio a shot in the arm.
  24. Some Good News Is Bad News For Investors

    Some companies excel at announcing news that is bad for shareholders, but spinning it as good news.
  25. Digging Into The Dividend Discount Model

    The DDM is one of the most foundational of financial theories, but it's only as good as its assumptions.
  26. These penny stocks have been white-hot so far this year. Here's what you need to know about trading them.

    3 Penny Stocks That Are Worth Your Attention

    These penny stocks have been white-hot so far this year. Here's what you need to know about trading them.
  27. Using Enterprise Value To Compare Companies

    Learn how enterprise value can help investors compare companies with different capital structures.
  28. Investing In Health Insurance Companies

    Health insurance companies work a little differently than most companies. Here's what you need to know as an investor.
  29. ROA And ROE Give Clear Picture Of Corporate Health

    Both measure performance, but sometimes they tell a very different story. This is why they’re best used together.
  30. A Clear Look At EBITDA

    This measure has its benefits, but it can also present earnings through rose-colored glasses.
  31. Using Compound Indicators To Predict Market Fluctuations

    Learn how to combine average true range, simple moving average and Bollinger band indicators to gauge market volatility. ...
  32. Beware False Signals From The P/E Ratio

    The P/E ratio is a simple tool for evaluating a company, but no one ratio can tell the whole story.
  33. Measuring Company Efficiency

    Three useful indicators for measuring a retail company's efficiency are its inventory turnaround times, its receivables and ...
  34. By interpreting a solvency ratio, an analyst or investor can gain insight into how likely a company will be to continue meeting its debt obligations.

    Analyzing Investments With Solvency Ratios

    Solvency ratios are extremely useful in helping analyze a firm’s ability to meet its long-term obligations; but like most ...
  35. Is Growth Always A Good Thing?

    Getting big quickly looks good, but companies can get into trouble when they do it too fast. Find out how to spot this trouble. ...
  36. Analyst Recommendations: Do Sell Ratings Exist?

    Analyst reports can be an investor's best friend - but without knowing how to read them, you won't be able to fully utilize ...
  37. Sector Rotation: The Essentials

    We look at how the market signals impending economic cycles and sector performance during each stage.
  38. How To Invest In Penny Stocks

    Do you find the lure of finding a diamond in the rough too much to ignore? Then consider penny stocks. Just be aware of the ...
  39. Relative Valuation Of Stocks Can Be A Trap

    This method of valuing a company can make it look like a bargain when it is not.
  40. How To Do Qualitative Analysis On Biotech Companies

    These analytical methods will help you size up a biotech company and make a winning investment.
  41. 6 Bad Stock Buyback Scenarios

    Buying back shares can be a sensible way for companies to use extra cash. But in many cases, it's just a ploy to boost earnings. ...
  42. EDGAR is an automated system that collects, validates and indexes any forms a company is required to file with the SEC.

    EDGAR: Investors' One-Stop-Shop For Company Filings

    You can learn a lot about any listed company through this system - if you know how to use it.
  43. Warning Signs Of A Company In Trouble

    Don't let your clients go down with ship! Learn how to escape sinking with these tips.
  44. What Is The New 'FICO Score 9' And Its Benefits?

    A change in how some credit scores are calculated might soon make it easier for some homebuyers and homeowners to get a mortgage. ...
  45. Take On Risk With A Margin of Safety

    More common risk theories can lead to missed opportunities. Find out how margin of safety can propel your portfolio.
  46. How the Acid Test Helps You

    The acid test measures a company’s short-term liquidity.
  47. The 5 Types Of Earnings Per Share

    A look at the five varieties of EPS and what each represents can help an investor determine whether a company is a good value, ...
  48. The Working Capital Position

    Learn how to correctly analyze a company's liquidity and beat the average investor.
  49. A Look At Corporate Profit Margins

    Take a deeper look at a company's profitability with the help of profit margin ratios.
  50. Learning to analyze green chip stocks could end up being profitable for both customers and shareholders.

    Challenges Faced When Analyzing Green Chip Stocks

    The fact that a green chip is not yet a blue chip should not alarm investors, but they need to be aware of the differences ...
  51. How do governmental and business budget deficits function?

    How Budget Deficits Work

    How do governmental and business budget deficits function?
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    Cyber Monday is becoming more popular than Black Friday. Here's why.
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