Master Class 17: What is the Intrinsic Value of Share and how to calculate it?
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Master Class 17: What is the Intrinsic Value of Share and how to calculate it?

A grand beach view apartment is yours, and you wish to show it to your friends and relatives. From the many opinions and thoughts, one comment you would receive will be, "I think you paid more than its actual price." From vegetables to big capital assets, we expect to get everything at a fair price. Sometimes lesser than the fair price. And the share market is not free from such expectations. 

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Master Class 16: What is Free Cash Flow? And how to calculate it?
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Master Class 16: What is Free Cash Flow? And how to calculate it?

When the lockdown was announced by the government, a lot of people immediately felt the pain of it. There might be a host of reasons behind it, but one of the most crucial reasons was a lack of liquidity. Most of them did not have sufficient funds to meet their day-to-day requirements. Similarly, companies are prone to liquidity crunch as well. Such an obstacle will affect the efficiency of the company. 

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Master Class 15: How to Read the Quarterly Results?
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Master Class 15: How to Read the Quarterly Results?

The earnings season is here. The news is filled with the quarterly results issued by various companies and their follow-up interviews. So what does it mean to you as an investor? Does it really matter? The answer would be "yes." It is extremely crucial to check the quarterly results of the company you are investing in. 

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Master Class 14: How to Analyze Company
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Master Class 14: How to Analyze Company's Profit and Loss Statement

Most of us, knowingly or unknowingly, would have developed an unspoken animosity towards anything that has to with math or numbers. Whenever the thought of investing crosses our minds, we are stopped by this fear of numbers and calculations. Even the fundamental analysis done for investment purposes uses certain calculations. So it is high time you stop running from formulas and numbers and start understanding them. In fact, they are not as difficult as they look. 

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Master Class 13: 3 Ways to pick Undervalued Stocks
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Master Class 13: 3 Ways to pick Undervalued Stocks

"An intelligent investing is value investing, acquiring more than you are paying for. You must value the business in order to value the stock."

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Master Class 12: Understanding Quick Ratio & Interest Coverage Ratio
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Master Class 12: Understanding Quick Ratio & Interest Coverage Ratio

Identification of companies with good investment opportunities is something that every investor should know how to do. Similarly, it is equally important to identify companies that do not have good stocks, companies that might be on the verge of bankruptcy, or companies that are unable to bear their own financial burden. The stocks of such companies are doomed to fail, and thus, investment here can prove to be a very bad decision and can lead to the loss of the investor's valuable money.

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Master Class 11: Price to Growth (PEG) Ratio
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Master Class 11: Price to Growth (PEG) Ratio

One of the most important steps in evaluating a company's financial health and position is its valuation. Basically, the valuation of anything is an estimation of its worth. 

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Master Class 10: Return on Capital Employed and Return on Equity - ROCE Vs ROE
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Master Class 10: Return on Capital Employed and Return on Equity - ROCE Vs ROE

Staring at the financial statement for hours will not help you pick the best stocks. In fact, it is like looking at a 1000 page literature book without making an attempt to understand it. You need to start reading it in both cases. Just like alphabets, ratios aid you in your process of understanding financial health, risk, growth, and various other important metrics pertaining to the company. So if you are keen on picking up the right stocks, then the usage of ratio analysis becomes pivotal. 

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Master Class 9: How to analyze and value Banking Stocks - NIM and ROA
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Master Class 9: How to analyze and value Banking Stocks - NIM and ROA

Last year was not a bed of roses for a lot of banks in the country, especially the public sector banks. A lot of banks had to go through a rough patch, which cost a lot to its depositors and investors. But does that mean all those banks are unsafe for investments? 

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Master Class 8: 7 Things to look for in an Annual Report
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Master Class 8: 7 Things to look for in an Annual Report

We all love James Bond. When it comes to the market, we wish we would be one because understanding the company is no child's play. But if we said that there is an easy way for it, would you believe it? A way that does require you to go for missions or kill a bunch of people for it. Yes, you can find it all by reading the annual reports of the company. From strengths to weaknesses, the financial statement has it all. But the trickiest part is how you read it. Are you ready to find out? Then read further.

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Master Class 7: Analysis of Banking stocks and the importance of CASA Ratio, NPA, CAR
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Master Class 7: Analysis of Banking stocks and the importance of CASA Ratio, NPA, CAR

The banking and financial service industry forms the biggest chunk of the stock market index. They require a completely different skill set to differentiate between good and bad banking stocks. The analysis of banking stocks is quite different from the stock analysis of regular companies. This is because banks operate on a different business model as compared to other industries. This is why their financial statements are also prepared differently.

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Master Class 6: Identifying the Bad Companies, Cash Flow Statement and Rights Issue
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Master Class 6: Identifying the Bad Companies, Cash Flow Statement and Rights Issue

One look at a company's financial statement can give a vague idea of its financial position. However, just one look at those figures cannot be enough to deduce the entire situation. One of the investors' common dilemmas is about how to identify if a company is bad or has bad stocks and is not a good option for investment.

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Master Class 5: Asset Turnover, Cash Cycle Ratio and Share Split
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Master Class 5: Asset Turnover, Cash Cycle Ratio and Share Split

Have you seen the applications of your peers? Sometimes the achievements, degrees, and skills exceed their age. We try and hone our skills in every way possible. Similarly, to add more feathers to your cap of stock market analysis techniques, let us take you through another two important ratios:

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Master Class 4: Understanding Return on Equity and Net Profit Margin
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Master Class 4: Understanding Return on Equity and Net Profit Margin

Any experienced investor knows that no investment decision can be taken by considering just one or two financial figures. In most cases, the analysis of multiple figures is required to get a clear picture of a company's financial health and performance. The company's financial statements are made public so that any potential investor can make their own analysis based on their evaluation of the data. Hence, to get a full and thorough look at any company's performance and to make an investment decision, one must understand how to evaluate the various financial figures that a company displays.

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Master Class 3: In-depth Analysis of Dividend, face Value and promoter Holding
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Master Class 3: In-depth Analysis of Dividend, face Value and promoter Holding

Fundamental analysis is the evaluation of a company's financial health and performance through the analysis of its financial statements. The various values and figures depicted in the statements give an insight into where the company is headed, its current performance, and its past performance. These values are the basic parameters to understand a company, by just taking one glance at them.

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Master class 2: Parameters of Fundamental Analysis of Stocks
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Master class 2: Parameters of Fundamental Analysis of Stocks

Fundamental Analysis is the basic Analysis of a company's financial statements in order to evaluate its performance and financial health. It is important for an investor to understand the basics of the fundamental analysis of stocks of a company and know how to comprehend the figures reflected in the company's financial statements. The process of fundamental analysis of stocks can help in taking a well-calculated investment decision

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Master Class 1: Learn the Basics of Share Market
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Master Class 1: Learn the Basics of Share Market

Do you recall being in school and creating an explosion in the chemistry lab by mixing the wrong elements? Or do you recall bashing your car against a wall, the first time you tried taking a reverse? Or burning the food in the kitchen because you didn't know how much cooking time was required? Life is full of events where accidents happen as a result of not knowing the basics of something. It is always important to understand how something functions before getting into it practically.

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