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
Generally, when we analyze stocks, it is based on quantitative data. But everything about a company is not quantifiable. Judging the quality of a Management based… Read More »Quality of Management: How To Analyze A Company’s management?
A business that operates in an industry (sector) having fierce competition cannot display a competitive advantage. But a company dwelling as a monopoly (like Microsoft)… Read More »Competitive Advantage: Analyze a sector Using Porter’s Five Forces
Analysis of stocks that are new in the market is not so simple. What is the problem? The analyst must make some assumptions. For the… Read More »Analysis of Stocks Having Less Than Ten Years Financial Data [Mrs. Bector Food]
Some people might question the utility of my Stock Analysis Worksheet. Why? Because it mostly rates its stocks as overvalued or of a low overall score. Some users… Read More »The Utility of Stock Analysis Worksheet: How to Interpret its Intrinsic Value and Overall Score?