1. Guide To Excel For Finance: Introduction
  2. Guide To Excel For Finance: Goal Seek
  3. Guide To Excel For Finance: PV And FV Functions
  4. Guide To Excel For Finance: HLookup And VLookup
  5. Guide To Excel For Finance: Linking Yahoo! Finance and Other Outside Financial Data To Excel
  6. Guide To Excel For Finance: Ratios
  7. Guide To Excel For Finance: Technical Indicators
  8. Guide To Excel For Finance: Valuation Methods
  9. Guide To Excel For Finance: Advanced Calculations
  10. Guide To Excel For Finance: Conclusion
This guide to Excel provides an overview of some of the more useful tools for investors to utilize, but really just touches on a few of the many applications available. Additionally, as touched upon previously in the tutorial, it is also important to take note of third-party cell "add-ins" to Excel, which represent separate programs that can link directly to Excel and have pre-built formulas and other applications, to further improve on the utility of Excel as a financial tool.

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