Financial Statements

  1. Why Financial Statements Are Harder to Read Than ...

    Understand four major reasons that financial statements published in 2016 are more ...
  2. Tesla Stock: An Earnings Case Study (TSLA)

    Pay attention to whether Tesla’s quarterly vehicle deliveries continue to outweigh ...
  3. Twitter Stock: An Earnings Case Study (TWTR)

    Note how Twitter’s own messaging platform played a role in causing its April 2015 ...
  4. Value Investing: 5 Tips to Consider in 2016

    Read five tips for value investors to consider in 2016, including how to look beyond ...
  5. 5 Reasons to Pay Attention to UnitedHealth's ...

    Find out why you should care about the financial statements for UnitedHealth Group, ...
  6. Inventory Valuation For Investors: FIFO And LIFO

    We go over these methods of calculating this component of the balance sheet, and ...
  1. Tesla Stock: An Earnings Case Study (TSLA)

    Pay attention to whether Tesla’s quarterly vehicle deliveries continue to outweigh ...
  2. Twitter Stock: An Earnings Case Study (TWTR)

    Note how Twitter’s own messaging platform played a role in causing its April 2015 ...
  3. Value Investing: 5 Tips to Consider in 2016

    Read five tips for value investors to consider in 2016, including how to look beyond ...
  4. 5 Reasons to Pay Attention to UnitedHealth's ...

    Find out why you should care about the financial statements for UnitedHealth Group, ...
  5. Analyzing Kinder Morgan's Debt Ratios in 2016 ...

    Discover detailed analyses of Kinder Morgan's debt ratios, and learn why the company ...
  6. Tesla's 3 Key Financial Ratios (TSLA)

    Learn about Tesla Motors, Inc. and the company's key financial ratios, such as gross ...
  1. Discounted Cash Flow Analysis

    Find out how analysts determine the fair value of a company with this step-by-step ...
  2. Using Accounting Analysis To Measure Earnings ...

    Learn the accounting concepts that will help you to dig into to the details to find ...
  3. Debt Ratios

    Learn about the debt ratio, debt-equity ratio, capitalization ratio, interest coverage ...
  4. Cash Flow Indicator Ratios

    Learn about the operating cash flow to sales ratio, free cash flow to operating cash ...
  1. What items are considered liquid assets?

    Learn what a liquid asset is, some examples of liquid assets, what a non-liquid asset is and what determines whether as asset ...
  2. How can working capital affect a company's finances?

    Understand how working capital may affect a company's financial strength and investment effectiveness, as it changes from ...
  3. What are working capital costs?

    Discover what costs are included in working capital, and learn how to use working capital as an indicator of a company's ...
  4. How do I read and analyze an income statement?

    Learn about the income statement, what it looks like, and how it can be used to assess an organization's current financial ...
  1. 5 Tips For Reading A Balance Sheet

    The balance sheet, along with the income and cash flow statements, is an important ...
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