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5 important factors that can fall the stock price

Why the stock price is rising and falling? Generally, it is a complaint of every new investor that when they buy the stock, the stock price falls down, but when they sell the stock, the stock price rises. As a result, it gives the impression to the new investor that they faced the loss because […]

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Incredible role of board of directors in a company

The role of a board of directors Not to mention, the top officers of a company drive the firm in the right direction. They can be:- Chief executive officer (CEO) President Chief finance officer (CFO) Chief operating officer (COO).  In short, their decisions affect the company growth and success. Hence, the senior managers should follow […]

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Proxy Statement reveals the dark secrets of a company

What is a Proxy Statement? A proxy statement is a document that contains the information to be shared with investors to take the informed decisions. Not to mention, the easy source for an investor to find the financial condition of a firm is the annual report which includes the three documents. These are:- Balance Sheet Profit […]

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Cash flow statement – A next level analysis of company’s performance

There are three types of financial statements to study the firm’s financial position. 1.     Income Statement 2.      Balance Sheet 3.      Cash Flow statement Income statement helps to understand how profitable the company is, Balance sheet tells about the company’s financial resources but these do not tell about the sources and uses of cash to meet operation […]

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Balance Sheet – A financial statement to know the company’s financial health

The balance sheet reflects the financial condition of the company at a point in time. It shows what assets are held, what liabilities are owed, what money (or capital) was initially put into the company, and how much was earned by the company. As the name implies, the balance sheet—sometimes referred to as the “Statement […]

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3 types of profit margin to look before investing in a company

Why we are investing in a stock market? Most of you agree on the point, to get a high profit in comparison to other investment options. Similarly, a business sells its services or products to get a high profit. In a simple word, Profit is an amount that left with a company after paying for […]

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10 principles of Benjamin Graham to select good stock for investing

The main objective of every investor is to maximize their expected return and reduce its related risks. The above objective is easy to obtain with the help of value investing and we know the father of value investing is Benjamin Graham. To maximize the returns of investors and reduce its related risk, Graham developed 10 […]

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The investment style of Warren Buffet

Warren Buffett who is known as the Oracle of Omaha is one of the wealthiest and most influential people in America but the main reason for his popularity and wealth is his investment style which makes him one of the successful investors of all time. Do you know, the company named Berkshire Hathaway which is […]

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Fundamental or Technical analysis – which one is best suited for you?

The stock market consists of two types of participants. 1. Long term investor –  Analyse the external factors such as economy, management , strength and opportunities within a company become a shareholder of a company for a long time They are using the valuation ratios to predict the price of a company 2. Trader –  […]

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Fundamental Analysis – A tool for a long term investor to find the right company

When you are planning to buy a phone, car, property, gold, you analyse various factors including prices before buying an item. If you find the item price is at lowest with the desirable quality, you grab a deal and buy it in a single thought. Same applies to Stocks. While buying stocks, you follow a […]