How To Do Your Own Research

         How To Do Your Own Research
    
          Process To Do your Own Research

Let's break this Process into 6 Simple Steps; one by one.

Step 01
Go through the company's website and, check about the company and what it does, what products they offer.

Step 02
Check Credit Reports of company, where various credit agencies rate than the current state of the company.

Step 03
Go through Company's quarterly CONFERENCE CALLS available on screener.in

Step 04
Check the company's Financials/Data by using Investors Presentation available on the company website.

Step 05
Read Companies latest Annual Report (Available on Company website/ screener.in)

Step 06
Compare the company's SALES, EPS, and MARGINS with its peers in the Industry.

Step 07
Finally, check the company's valuation compared to its Peers (PE, PB, and Price to Sales.)

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR RESEARCH

Doing your own research includes various steps and there is no one Golden Rule for it!

There are 2 Common Methods of Research are;
Top-Down Approach
Bottom-Up Approach

Learn two types of Stock Analysis.
Fundamental analysis is based on the assumption that a stock price doesn't necessarily reflect the intrinsic value of the underlying business.

Technical analysis generally assumes that a stock's price reflects all available information and that prices generally move according to trends.

Learn Important Investing Metrics.

Here are 4 important metrics to understand any company's financial statements;
P/E Ratio
PEG Ratio
P/B Ratio
Debt to EBITDA Ratio

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR RESEARCH

1) Identifying the INDUSTRY/SECTOR

2) Identifying the STOCKS to INVEST in.

Do you do your Own Research before Investing?

TO IDENTIFY THE INDUSTRY OR SECTOR IN TREND
To get this information you need to read publications from companies like;

MCKINSEY, BCG, DELOITTE, EY, BAIN, GOLDMAN SACHS


Here is an Easy Way to Start.
Keep a Separate YouTube-Account only for Investing related content and nothing else.

NO ENTERTAINMENT
NO MUSIC
NO OTHER STUFF


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