In this special webinar, CEO David Trainer will walk you through how to determine whether or not a corporate acquisition is in your — the investor’s — best interests.
Investing vs. Speculating — and why Wall Street doesn’t want you to know the difference.
In this video, David Trainer shows you the capability and flexibility of our valuation models by looking at the growth expectations embedded in Netflix’s (NFLX) current stock price.
Watch David Trainer explain the importance of understanding how much capital has truly gone into a business, and the adjustments we make to calculate this metric.
Net operating profit after-tax, or NOPAT, is the profit metric we use at the base of our company models. CEO David Trainer explains why we rely on NOPAT.
Watch as CEO David Trainer explains why return on invested capital is one of the most important metrics for picking good companies.
Detail on the New Constructs research featured in USA Today’s best stock picks of 2015.
Find out how over 75% of companies are hiding billions of dollars of off-balance sheet debt from their investors.
For investors who watched the market collapse into year-end 2008 and were looking for buying opportunities, finding the best value was imperative. Stock prices had sunk to levels previously unseen, and if you could locate companies that were not only cheap, but also had high quality earnings, the payoff could be enormous.
How is Corporate Competition Affecting Your Portfolio? Investing is hard enough, but adding corporate competition to the mix only inserts another dimension of difficulty. How do you know whether the company you’re investing in is going to continue to perform? And how do you know the company you’re investing in is going to maintain its…
With Investing 101, we’re going to show you how to use price-to-economic book value to measure market expectations. You’ll learn about the value of PEBV.
Value investing is a way to discover new stock ideas by looking at the underlying economics of stocks. Find out how to make value investing easy.
Free Cash Flow is one of the most useful metrics for investors to evaluate the flow of cash coming IN to a business net of the cash going OUT. Learn more.
This is the fourth article in a four part series that walks readers through how to rate and value a stock.
Invested Capital: The Quick Definition Put simply, Invested Capital is the value of the money invested in a business over its lifetime. In order to manufacture products or deliver services, businesses need to spend money on various items including inventory, equipment, buildings, and employees. Since businesses generally begin with no revenue, people must invest in…
Forecasting performance using ROIC has stood the test of time. To be confident you are investing in a good company, ROIC will help you to separate the winners from the losers.
How to start investing in stocks.
It’s time to dump EPS as a profit metric in favor of something better.
What do Successful Investors Know?
There is a Core Concept that supports everything I am about to teach you. It requires thinking differently. You will no longer see the financial news as a source of ideas but as entertainment. “Active Investing” is not what I am going to help you do. We will discuss how Warren Buffet makes money. How the most powerful investors make decisions before they invest billions. You may not have that much money but you will learn to apply the same concepts. Here is the secret to long term success…
This article is the third in a four part series that walks readers through how to rate and value a stock. Our third step to gauge the value of a company is to determine its economic earnings.
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