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Income Statement and Cashflow Statement | Financial Analysis (Part 2) financial analysis of a company

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In this video, we discussed how to read the Income statement and cashflow statement of the company. This is the second video on the financial statement analysis series

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Income Statement: This is also called profit and loss statement. An income statement summarizes the revenues, costs, and expenses incurred during a specific period of time (usually a fiscal quarter or year). The basic equation on which a profit & loss statement is based is: Revenues – Expenses = Profit

Cashflow statement: Last part of a company’s finances is its cash flow statement. Cash flow statement (also known as statements of cash flow) shows the flow of cash and cash equivalents during the period under report and breaks the analysis down to operating, investing and financing activities. . It helps in assessing liquidity and solvency of a company and to check efficient cash management.

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Trade Brains 14/09/2021 - 3:59 Chiều

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Astrologer Neha 14/09/2021 - 3:59 Chiều

Vry informative video sir thnx so much 👍

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Ritesh Kumar 14/09/2021 - 3:59 Chiều

Thanks can u pls make videos in Hindi also 🙂

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Swapna Evm 14/09/2021 - 3:59 Chiều

This is my first time commenting on finance-based YouTube platform and looking upon Indian stocks on youtube. So please excuse me if I am being too direct. There are many people who have lost jobs recently due to pandemic like me. Being aged, single parent and keeping up with the younger generation is hard. But I have some small investment amount at the age of 40 plus through FDs only. Having still not found a steady job and a child who is still studying, I would like to take a risk by buying stocks without much loss. I would like you to make a step by step videos for people like me to understand how to go to a good online stock website and stock gaming app and learn how to invest and buy and sell the stock.

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Oh! YEAH 14/09/2021 - 3:59 Chiều

Bro explain the equity section from previous video

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Iyappan Sivanandam 14/09/2021 - 3:59 Chiều

Hi Bro, even though its out of topic, just need a clarification from u. Becaz i dont know how to contact u other than this way. in my stock valuation method say EV/EBITDA Method, DCF method, PE and EPS Growth valuation methods, if i gave certain weightage to each method and calculate the target price as well as Entry price (2/3 of target price) most of the stock's Entry price are far beyond the Entry price… means they are in high premium range. the price of such stocks is never going to come down to such a level as i have calculated in various valution methods… in this i cant buy those stocks ? how to buy those stocks on cheaper rate ? or any other method is there ?

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The Firestone 14/09/2021 - 3:59 Chiều

Hey brother can you please explain me what is meant by Purchase of stock in trade AND Changes in inventories of finished goods, work in progress and stock in trade? Please also explain why Changes in inventories come under expenses section?

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Investors Cafe 14/09/2021 - 3:59 Chiều

Good one

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