Invest Like The Best & How To Analyze Financial Statements

“Ultimately, there’s one investment that supersedes all others: Invest in yourself” – Warren Buffett

Analyzing Financial Statements

The financial planning and advice industry generates $56 billion a year in revenue in the United States…  There’s clearly a high price to pay to the ‘experts’ by not knowing how to invest.

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INvest Like THe BEst

That would be fine, if the ‘experts’ were generating excellent returns on average – but that isn’t the case.  The S&P 500 outperformed 92% of large cap mutual funds over the 15 year period ended in 2016.

Benefits of knowing how to invest

Knowing how to invest and analyze financial statements is critically important in securing your financial future.  This is because:

  1. You can take charge of your investments
  2. You can reduce or eliminate advisory fees and fund fees

Simply stated, the more you know about investing, the better off you are likely to be.

To that end, ValueWalk offers 2 premium courses in partnership with Sure Dividend to help you increase your investing knowledge and efficacy – whether you are just starting out, or already an expert.

The courses cover how to invest like the world’s best investors, and how to do detailed financial statement analysis to find attractive investment opportunities (and weed out weak companies).

Invest Like The Best

The Invest Like The Best course uses real life case studies to teach the investing methods of the world’s greatest investors, including:  Warren Buffett, Seth Klarman, and Philip Fisher.

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How to Analyze Financial Statements

The Investor’s Tool Box: How To Analyze Financial Statements course teaches how to do detailed financial statement analysis on potential investments.

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