8 Simple Investing Ratios You Need To Know

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Financial Ratios

There is a lot to be said for valuing a company, it is no easy task. If you have yet to discover this goldmine, the satisfaction one gets from tearing apart a companies financial statements and analyzing it on a whole different level is great - especially if you make or save yourself money for your efforts.
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