Why operating profit margin is critical for investors? Because it highlights the profitability of operations of the company. A high operating profit margin is a… Read More »Operating Profit Margin: Its Utility In Stock Analysis of A Company
We’ve built an Excel-based tool that can analyze stocks. But how beginners can calculate the intrinsic value in excel on their own? In this article, I’ll discuss a procedure to do it.… Read More »How To Calculate The Intrinsic Value In Excel Like A Pro [Beginners]
There are only a couple of ways to identify good stocks for investing. Either we can do it ourselves or let the experts do it… Read More »How To Identify Good Stocks: Stock Picking Explained For Beginners
Talking about stocks, investing only in a financially healthy company is advisable. But it is easier said than done. Why? Because analyzing the financial health… Read More »Financial Health Of A Company: How To Identify A Company With Healthy Finances?
A financially healthy company tries to maintain its solvency and liquidity at all times. Solvency is the ability to meet long-term debt obligations, and liquidity takes care… Read More »Solvency and Liquidity Analysis: How Deteriorating Solvency Ultimately Leads To Bankruptcy
Generally, for banks and lenders, the asset coverage ratio (ACR) is one way to check the loan-friendliness of the company. Investors can also use the concept of… Read More »Asset Coverage Ratio (ACR): How to use ACR as a share price valuation tool?
People who know about value investing will be familiar with the term called “margin of safety”. Generally, people prefer to apply a rule of thumb… Read More »The Margin Of Safety: How To Apply The Theory During Stocks Purchase?
[Updated] Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) method is a better way of intrinsic value calculation. But why Intrinsic Value is required? Because based on it, one can judge… Read More »Discounted Cash Flow (DCF): How to use it for Stock Valuation?
Before we can do a leverage analysis of a company, we must know the basic definition of “leverage.” What is leverage? There can be two sources… Read More »Leverage Analysis: How To Analyze A Company Based On Leverage
Let’s compare Indian Banks to know which are the best banks and which are avoidable. Since 15th-Feb’21 nifty bank has corrected from 37,300 levels to… Read More »Compare Indian Banks: A Quick Fundamental Analysis 
In our series of articles about stock basics, we talked about the economic moat of a company. A wider Moat gives an edge to the company over their… Read More »How To Identify Moat Companies – Having Strong Competitive Advantage