This course walks through basic fundamental accounting concepts covering Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Statement of Cash Flows, using available company data in TWS.
The sample video below is a lesson about Balance Sheets.
Investors and analysts might spend hours crawling through a company’s quarterly and annual statements searching for clues about how well the firm is doing. This lesson explains several commonly reported items on most firms’ balance sheets and helps the viewer understand the relative importance of such concepts to investors.
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