Basic Concepts of Stock Analysis

Analysis Framework for IT Services Companies

Recently, we analysed an information technology services company for providing our inputs to the analysis submitted by a reader. While analysing this IT Company, we attempted to understand this sector, along with the key parameters, which can act as an actionable framework for making investing

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Standalone vs Consolidated Financials: A Complete Guide

Many times, investors are uncertain about using standalone vs consolidated financials in their stock analysis. Over time, we have received a lot of queries from investors in the Ask Your Queries section asking us whether they should use standalone vs consolidated financials in situations like

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Share Buyback: An Investor’s Guide

The current article provides a guidance to equity investors for interpreting various aspects related to share buyback like why buyback of shares has increased in recent times, how to interpret when promoters also participate in share buyback, how much premium is justified for share buyback

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Fund Flow Statement Analysis: The Ultimate Guide

Fund flow statement analysis is one of the simplest and the basic tools for stock analysis. Fund flow statement analysis helps investors in identifying the key areas of utilization of funds for a company during any period along with the key sources of those funds.

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Share Pledge by Promoters: A Complete Guide

The current article highlights different aspects of share pledge by the promoters of any company. The article also guides public shareholders on the interpretation of the pledging of shares done by promoters. Why promoters raise money by pledging of shares? How to know the amount

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