Basic Concepts of Stock Analysis

Interpreting Negative Working Capital Companies

The current article in this series provides responses related to: How to interpret companies with negative working capital?   How to interpret companies with negative working capital? Hi Dr. Vijay Negative working capital is usually considered not favourable as the current liabilities being higher than

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How to Use Screener.in “Export to Excel” Tool

Screener.in is one of the best resources available to equity investors in Indian markets. It is a website, which provides the investors with the key information about companies listed on Indian stock exchanges (BSE and NSE). We have been using screener.in as an integral part

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Understanding Cash Flow from Operating Activities (CFO)

The current article covers the step-by-step calculation of cash flow from operations (CFO) from net profits (PAT) of a company. In addition the article covers responses to the common queries asked by readers about CFO: How to calculate changes in trade receivables/payables for the cash

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Bonus Shares: Answers to Common Queries

The current article in this series provides responses related to: Bonus shares and Impact of bonus shares on earnings per share (EPS)   Bonus Shares Hello Sir, A hypothetical situation. Suppose a company promoter pledged his 75% share & now that company is facing some

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A Guide to Basics of Preference Shares / Preferred Shares

The current article provides responses related to Preference shares/Preferred shares: Explanation of various terms associated with preference shares Is it debt or equity? Where do the companies show their issuance and redemption in the balance sheet and the P&L?     Various Terms associated with

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Stock Warrants to Promoters: How to Analyse

The current article covers different aspects related to the preferential allotment of stock warrants / share warrants to promoters. The article focuses on the significance of warrant issuance from the perspectives of a retail investor and how she should analyse and interpret issuance of warrants.

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