Fundamentals

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  1. How To Use Price-To-Sales Ratios To Value Stocks

    How To Use Price-To-Sales Ratios To Value Stocks

    Take a look at how this effective ratio can be influenced by certain critical factors.
  2. Everything Investors Need To Know About Earnings

    Everything Investors Need To Know About Earnings

    We go over the concepts behind the excitement over the most important figure in the stock market.
  3. Finding Undiscovered Stocks

    Finding Undiscovered Stocks

    Wall Street tends to focus on large cap stocks, leaving other stocks under-followed and undervalued.
  4. Tips For Controlling Investment Losses

    Tips For Controlling Investment Losses

    A profit/loss plan helps investors recognize mistakes and invest logically, rather than emotionally.
  5. How To Find P/E And PEG Ratios

    How To Find P/E And PEG Ratios

    If these numbers have you in the dark, these easy calculations should help light the way.
  6. How To Make A Winning Long-Term Stock Pick

    How To Make A Winning Long-Term Stock Pick

    Discover the key elements of a good long-term investment and how to find them.
  7. Goodwill

    Goodwill

    Goodwill is more than just benevolence - it also refers to an accounting term frequently used in M&A. Learn more about ...
  8. Writing Down Goodwill

    Writing Down Goodwill

    Goodwill represents an acquisition amount over and above what the purchased firm’s net assets are deemed to be valued at ...
  9. Required Rate Of Return

    Required Rate Of Return

    Learn more about this method used in inequity valuation and corporate finance.
  10. Do Your Investments Have Short-Term Health?

    Do Your Investments Have Short-Term Health?

    If a company is strong enough to survive tough times, it is more likely to provide long-term value.
  11. Spotting Profitability With ROCE

    Spotting Profitability With ROCE

    This straightforward ratio measures whether a company is efficient, money-making or neither.
  12. Finding Solid Buy-And-Hold Stocks

    Finding Solid Buy-And-Hold Stocks

    Find out how to look at the big picture - even when the market's short-term outlook is less than rosy.
  13. Analyze Cash Flow The Easy Way

    Analyze Cash Flow The Easy Way

    Find out how to analyze the way a company spends its money to determine whether there will be any money left for investors. ...
  14. Digging Into Book Value

    Digging Into Book Value

    This calculation will serve up your portion of the shareholder pie.
  15. Analyzing Retail Stocks

    Analyzing Retail Stocks

    To analyze retail stocks, investors need to be aware of the most common metrics used. Find out what they are.
  16. Diluted EPS

    Diluted EPS

    Find out how and why this performance metric is so valuable in analyzing stock.
  17. Securitizing Your Health With ACOs

    Securitizing Your Health With ACOs

    ACOs have the components required to securitize. Can your health become an instrument that can be traded?
  18. Evaluating Retained Earnings: What Gets Kept Counts

    Evaluating Retained Earnings: What Gets Kept Counts

    A company's retained earnings matter. Be investment-savvy and learn how to analyze this often overlooked information.
  19. Useful Balance Sheet Metrics

    Useful Balance Sheet Metrics

    These metrics can help you better understand the information found on balance sheets.
  20. Understanding Pro-Forma Earnings

    Understanding Pro-Forma Earnings

    These figures can either shed light on a company's performance or skew it. Find out why.
  21. Analyzing Operating Margins

    Analyzing Operating Margins

    Find out how to put this important component of equity analysis to work for you.
  22. Evaluating A Statement Of Cash Flows

    Evaluating A Statement Of Cash Flows

    The metrics for the Statement of Cash Flows is best viewed over time.
  23. Capital Asset Pricing Model - CAPM

    Capital Asset Pricing Model - CAPM

    CAPM is a model that describes the relationship between risk and expected return.
  24. 3 Industry-Impacting Innovations On The Horizon

    3 Industry-Impacting Innovations On The Horizon

    Here are some industry-impacting innovations that could potentially belong in the famed Carousel of Progress.
  25. The Importance Of Other Comprehensive Income

    The Importance Of Other Comprehensive Income

    Understanding and analyzing OCI greatly improves financial analysis, especially for financial companies.
  26. How To Evaluate A Micro-Cap Company

    How To Evaluate A Micro-Cap Company

    Learn how to think big by investing in smaller stocks.
  27. 3 Great Business Battles

    3 Great Business Battles

    Here are some U.S. companies that have historically competed with one another for market supremacy.
  28. The Advantages Of Investing In Aggressive Companies

    The Advantages Of Investing In Aggressive Companies

    Often the most attractive companies are also a little fierce - learn how to spot healthy corporate aggression.
  29. Guide To Excel For Finance

    Guide To Excel For Finance

    Formulas, functions and features you need to know when using Excel for financial analysis.
  30. Intrinsic Value

    Intrinsic Value

    Learn more about this way of valuing a company or an asset based on an underlying perception of its true value.
  31. What Are A Stock's

    What Are A Stock's "Fundamentals"?

    The investing world loves to talk about fundamentals, but do you know what it means?
  32. What is the difference between weighted average shares outstanding and basic weighted ...

    What is the difference between weighted average shares outstanding and basic weighted ...

    Outstanding shares refers to stock that is currently held by investors, including shares held by the public, and restricted ...
  33. Helium: An Uplifting Commodity

    Helium: An Uplifting Commodity

    Helium is a non-renewable resource in an industry dominated by an unusual infrastructure.
  34. What Is The Intrinsic Value Of A Stock?

    What Is The Intrinsic Value Of A Stock?

    Intrinsic value reduces the subjective perception of a stock's value by analyzing its fundamentals.
  35. Financial Models You Can Create With Excel

    Financial Models You Can Create With Excel

    The relatively modest amount of time it takes to build these models can pay for itself by leading you to better investment ...
  36. What Dividends Say About Stock Health

    What Dividends Say About Stock Health

    Dividend payments may reveal information about the future prospects of a company.
  37. Impairment Charges: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

    Impairment Charges: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

    Impairment charge is a term for writing off worthless goodwill, but you need to know what its potential impact is on EPS. ...
  38. Institutional Investors And Fundamentals: What's The Link?

    Institutional Investors And Fundamentals: What's The Link?

    Big-money sponsorship might make a company look good, but it's not always a reliable gauge of stock quality.
  39. Why There Are Few Sell Ratings On Wall Street

    Why There Are Few Sell Ratings On Wall Street

    We outline reasons that may show why enforcing more sell ratings isn't guaranteed to increase Wall Street's objectivity. ...
  40. Discounted Cash Flow (DCF)

    Discounted Cash Flow (DCF)

    Discover how investors can use this valuation method to determine the intrinsic value of a stock.
  41. Guide To Measuring Oil And Gas Companies

    Guide To Measuring Oil And Gas Companies

    Here are some important stats to look for when measuring oil and gas companies.
  42. Using DCF In Biotech Valuation

    Using DCF In Biotech Valuation

    Valuing firms in this sector can seem like a black art, but there is a systematic way to pin a price on potential.
  43. The One-Time Expense Warning

    The One-Time Expense Warning

    These income statement red flags may not spell a company's downfall. Learn why here.
  44. Looking Deeper Into Capital Allocation

    Looking Deeper Into Capital Allocation

    Discover how companies decide how to spend their cash in a variety of market conditions.
  45. Using Liquidity Ratios

    Using Liquidity Ratios

    Learn more about these quick and intuitive ratios you can use to analyze a stock's liquidity.
  46. 6 Unlikely Rivals That Should Merge

    6 Unlikely Rivals That Should Merge

    If these companies are looking for growth and cost-cutting, the best bet might be to look to their main competitors.
  47. The Evolution Of Video Rental Stocks

    The Evolution Of Video Rental Stocks

    Video rental customers have gone from using video stores to streaming selections available at home. Here's how it happened. ...
  48. Passing The Baton At Berkshire

    Passing The Baton At Berkshire

    There are two possible candidates to be the next Warren Buffett. Find out who it could be.
  49. Can Samsung Compete With Apple's Retail Stores?

    Can Samsung Compete With Apple's Retail Stores?

    This strategic move may just shoot Samsung to an uncatchable spot in the consumer technology sector.
  50. The Appeal Of Company Spinoffs

    The Appeal Of Company Spinoffs

    Companies are increasingly turning to spinoffs for a variety of reasons, including improving performance.
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