The Analysis and Valuation of Stocks is a comprehensive course designed to provide you with conventional and advanced techniques in researching and valuing stocks. Starting off with the basics, you will learn how to read financial statements and calculate financial ratios, and then move on to perform industrial comparisons, value stocks, and conduct economic and industrial research.
This course is taught in a manner that uses everyday language, simple, yet insightful analogies, and a just the facts attitude that you will understand and appreciate. By the end of this course, you will have a strong foundation in the analysis and valuation of stocks.
About The Instructor
Aaron Clarey received his Bachelor of Science in Finance with High Honors from the University of Minnesota. Since 1998, Aaron has been teaching a wide array of classes on finance and investing, including <em>How to Invest Online, Figuring Out Your 401k, The Analysis and Valuation of Stocks</em>, and <em>Stocks, Bonds, and Investing; Oh My!</em> His classes take the fear out of finance and investing by making personal financial management easy and understandable for everyone. During the day, Aaron works as a banking analyst. At night, he moonlights as a ballroom dance instructor. In the summer, he is an avid amateur paleontologist, hosting <em>The Great Twin Cities Fossil Hunt</em> for children. He is also the author of the popular book, <em>Behind the Housing Crash—Confessions of an Insider and Worthless - The Young Person's Indispensable Guide to Choosing the Right Major.</em>