When you’re considering buying shares of a company, one of the things a good CAPitalizer will look at is the financial statements. This is especially helpful when you want to know what their true financial situation is.
But doing that can be really difficult. But have no fear, because of course – I’m here to help! On this week’s program, my guest is Tage Tracy, author of How to Read a Financial Report. We’re talking things like a balance sheet, an income statement, and a cash flow statement.
Why are they important? How do you go about analyzing a company to see if it’s worth owning for yourself or not? And how do stock buybacks actually work?
Get the answers – and more – on this week’s episode of CAPitalize Your Finances!
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