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Course on Fundamental Analysis for Students
Course on Fundamental Analysis for Investor
Course on Technical Analysis for Students
Course on Technical Analysis for Investor



Business Model Analysis: As Warren Buffett said “When a management with a reputation for brilliance tackles a business with a reputation for bad economics, it is usually the reputation of the business that remains intact.”The essence of all investment analysis starts with business model analysis and understanding the core of businesses. Without thorough analysis of the business, no investment analysis can be successful. A competent analyst must be able to differentiate between good and bad businesses.

Financial analysis & Excel modelling: The real strengths or the businesses are reflected in the financials and the key ratios of the business. The crux is to know which ratio to use in a given industry, as not all ratios are equally important for all businesses. Moreover, it is imperative to be able to model the financials of a company on spreadsheets for thorough forecasting.

Valuation techniques, applications & excel valuation modelling: “Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.” Valuation is the second most important step in making a great stock investment. If one pays too high a price for buying a stock, it would result in unattractive returns. Just the way it is unwise to buy a Rs 1,000 shirt for Rs 10,000, similarly it is imprudent to pay too high for a company. The challenge is to know the worth of that share. The best decision is to pay 50 rupees to buy a wallet which has 100 rupees in it.

Research report writing under the guidance of our expert sector analysts: An idea is only worth if it is communicated well and communication is an art which needs to be learnt. A good analyst is one who after comprehensive analysis, is able to package his views as a coherent story.

Market realities - myths & facts, key corporate actions to watch out for: There are millions of news items that become available every day. However, a large part of it is only noise, which does not impact the business of a company in the long term. A good analyst is one who predicts news rather than follow it. In this light it is critical for an analyst to know the long-term implications of any new development or corporate action.

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