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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Discounted Cash Flow Analysis

    It can be hard to understand how stock analysts come up with "Fair value" for companies, or why their target price estimates vary so wildly. The answer often lies in how they use the valuation method known as discounted cash flow (DCF). However, one don't have to rely on the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Six Steps To A Better Business Budget

    Budgeting is an easy but essential process that business owners use to forecast (and then match) current and future revenue to expenses. The goal is to make sure that enough money is available to keep the business up and running, to grow the business, to compete, and to ensure a...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Understanding The Income Statement

    The income statement is one of the three financial statements - the other two are the balance sheet and cash flow statement - with which stock investors need to become familiar. The purpose of this paper is to provide the less-experienced investor with an understanding of the components of the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Find Investment Quality In The Income Statement

    Logic tells us that growing, profitable companies are generally attractive investment opportunities. However, how that growth is achieved is more important than the absolute sales and income numbers. In addition, conservative accounting policies, substantive sales growth, consistent and/or improving profit margins, the absence of outsized write-offs, above average returns on...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    What You Need To Know About Financial Statements

    Knowing how to work with the numbers in a company's financial statements is an essential skill for stock investors. The meaningful interpretation and analysis of balance sheets, income statements and cash flow statements to discern a company's investment qualities is the basis for smart investment choices. However, the diversity of...

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  • White Papers // May 2006

    The Great Gap

    Wall Street is myopically focused on a minority of large-cap stocks, leaving the majority of stocks under-followed AND UNDERVALUED. Wall Street is focused on the big caps because that's where the investment banking (and big profits) are. Small/Micro/Nano stocks with solid fundamentals and great investment potential have been left to...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2003

    How to Read Footnotes - Part 3: Evaluating the Board of Directors

    In theory, the board is responsible to the shareholders and is supposed to govern a company's management. In reality, the board has become a servant of the CEO, who is typically also the chairman of the board. But the role of the board of directors has come under scrutiny in...

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  • White Papers // May 2006

    The Great Gap

    Wall Street is myopically focused on a minority of large-cap stocks, leaving the majority of stocks under-followed AND UNDERVALUED. Wall Street is focused on the big caps because that's where the investment banking (and big profits) are. Small/Micro/Nano stocks with solid fundamentals and great investment potential have been left to...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2003

    How to Read Footnotes - Part 3: Evaluating the Board of Directors

    In theory, the board is responsible to the shareholders and is supposed to govern a company's management. In reality, the board has become a servant of the CEO, who is typically also the chairman of the board. But the role of the board of directors has come under scrutiny in...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Understanding The Income Statement

    The income statement is one of the three financial statements - the other two are the balance sheet and cash flow statement - with which stock investors need to become familiar. The purpose of this paper is to provide the less-experienced investor with an understanding of the components of the...

    Provided By Investopedia

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Find Investment Quality In The Income Statement

    Logic tells us that growing, profitable companies are generally attractive investment opportunities. However, how that growth is achieved is more important than the absolute sales and income numbers. In addition, conservative accounting policies, substantive sales growth, consistent and/or improving profit margins, the absence of outsized write-offs, above average returns on...

    Provided By Investopedia

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    What You Need To Know About Financial Statements

    Knowing how to work with the numbers in a company's financial statements is an essential skill for stock investors. The meaningful interpretation and analysis of balance sheets, income statements and cash flow statements to discern a company's investment qualities is the basis for smart investment choices. However, the diversity of...

    Provided By Investopedia

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Six Steps To A Better Business Budget

    Budgeting is an easy but essential process that business owners use to forecast (and then match) current and future revenue to expenses. The goal is to make sure that enough money is available to keep the business up and running, to grow the business, to compete, and to ensure a...

    Provided By Investopedia

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Discounted Cash Flow Analysis

    It can be hard to understand how stock analysts come up with "Fair value" for companies, or why their target price estimates vary so wildly. The answer often lies in how they use the valuation method known as discounted cash flow (DCF). However, one don't have to rely on the...

    Provided By Investopedia