Topic: Equity Analysis

Trading as a Career Option

In my long stint in the financial market and the academic world I have come across many greenhorns who want to take up trading as a career option. They have dreams in their eyes and are lured by the dazzling screens, armed with Bio and Autobiographies of pundits of...

Why Stock Prices Move

In our everyday life we sometimes wonder about the most basic question of stock market – why does the price of a share go up or down? We are not talking about the daily or weekly gyrations but in the long run why the stocks moves. The two most basic reasons are:...

How to Identify a Multibagger

In all our discussion about equity market we come across the question “tell me some Multibagger”. This disease of looking for a tip to identify a multibagger is not confined to your professional circle alone but any discussion regarding market veers to this even on a...

Synthesis of Numbers – The DuPont Way

A good Fund Manager always goes behind the apparent numbers to bring out the essence out it. They are the educated sleuths, going through minute details and footnotes to find out any meaningful information. They often use a simple method of analysing the levers the...

Stock Evaluation Spreadsheet

Our user Jim Grant has created a very useful stock evaluator spreadsheet and has shared it with the Finance Train Community. You can download the spreadsheet from the link below: Stock Evaluator Spreadsheet The spreadsheet is created using the Stock Quotes in Excel...

How to Buy Shares

Shares are one of the most important and lucrative investment classes. Some of the richest people in the world have created their wealth by investing in stock markets. While the creation of wealth is a long and systematic process, the first thing that you need to do...

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