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🏰 How to analyze a balance sheet
In this series, I’ll teach you 5 things about the stock market in less than 5 minutes.
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1️⃣ How to analyze a balance sheet
Accounting is the language of business.
As an investor you must know how to analyze a balance sheet:
2️⃣ The power of compounding
The sooner you start investing, the better.
Let the magic of compounding work for you for as long as you possibly can.
3️⃣ One simple investment quote
The difference between a bull and a bear market?
John Hammerslough beautifully sums it up here:
"A bull market is when you check your stocks every day to see how much they went up. A bear market is when you don't bother to look anymore." - John Hammerslough
4️⃣ Business movies
Movies can not only be very entertaining, you can also find a lot of business lessons in them.
5️⃣ Example of a Quality Company
Tatton Asset Management offers a range of services to directly authorized financial advisers in the United Kingdom. The Company provides on-platform portfolio management, regulatory, compliance, and business consulting services.
FCF Margin: 40.1%
FCF Yield: 4.5%
Exp. FCF Growth (3 yr): 9.2%
CAGR since IPO: 20.2%
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Compounding Quality is a professional investor which manages a worldwide equity fund with more than $150 million in Assets Under Management. I’ve read over 500 investment books and spend more than 50 hours per week researching stocks.