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 
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
[Updated: 08-May-2021] What is the economic moat in business? A more heard term for it, in the context of stock investing, is competitive advantage. What… Read More »Economic Moat in Business: Identify Warren Buffett Type Stocks 
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?
In this article, we will talk about the EV/EBITDA multiple. It is also known as Enterprise Value (EV) multiple. To get a better understanding of… Read More »The utility of EV/EBITDA Multiple also called Enterprise (or EBITDA) Multiple
The cost of capital is the cost that a company must bear for the funds it has raised to do the business. Doing business calls for arranging… Read More »Cost of Capital: How Businessmen and Investors use it to evaluate investments?
What is the intrinsic value? It is the inherent value of an asset (business, enterprise, etc.). The essential nature of the asset gives it its… Read More »Intrinsic Value: The Concept of True/Fair Value of Business
This is in a series of articles that will highlight the process of fundamental analysis. In this section, we will learn how to read a balance sheet report… Read More »Fundamental Analysis: How To Read a Balance Sheet Report?
Given a chance, an informed investor would not buy-sell stocks blindly. They would do stock analysis before investing. But only a few people do it.… Read More »How to Analyze Stocks in Excel: Fundamental Analysis of Indian Stocks
In this method, we first estimate the ‘absolute PE’ of a stock. Then multiply the calculated PE with EPS. This will give us the fair… Read More »Absolute PE Method: How to estimate intrinsic value using this method?