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Investing Tutorials for New Investors

Discussion in 'Educational videos and material' started by StockInvestmentAnalysis, Apr 1, 2020.

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Which methods of valuation do you find most helpful?

  1. Price to Earnings

  2. Price to Sales

  3. Forward Price to Earnings

  4. Price to Free Cash Flow

  5. Price to Operating Cash Flow

  6. Price to Book

  7. EBITDA/Share

  8. Other

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  1. StockInvestmentAnalysis

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    For those who are still learning how to value companies, check out the following tutorial videos:

    Tutorial for understanding, calculating, and using Price to Earnings (P/E):

    Tutorial for understanding, calculating, and using Price to Free Cash Flow (P/FCF):

    Tutorial for understanding, calculating, and using Price to Sales (P/S):


    Tutorial for understanding, calculating, and using Price to Book (P/B):
     
  2. Alexander Boyes

    Alexander Boyes New Member

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    I think this is for a beginner, with an understanding of the theory’s base, a necessary thing, it’s very useful for the future in investments and related activities, I also recommend that you teach https://studydriver.com/bill-of-right-essay/ bill of right essays, which I myself write and answer for them myself, paint details in various niches and areas, including investment activities. Study this question, it is important and interesting! Good luck!
     
    #2 Alexander Boyes, Jul 8, 2020
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