Fundamental analysis is the basic foundation of Investing.
Investing is the test cricket match of the stock market world. Investing is not a race where speed matters; it is a marathon where stamina matters.
It is the art of picking the best in class companies with super 15 rules.
We follow some of the best practices preached by the world’s top investors and have done extensive validation on the past data through our simulation models and programming skills.
In this course, you will become a good stock picker yourself without any support independently after this course.
We will also empower you with some ready-to-use screeners which will help you to scan the companies with ease.
We will teach the below different subsets of the investing world. They are all like different ice cream flavours. Finally, the base is a vanilla investment model with additional rules to get the relevant firms based on your investment preference.
Known as the "father of value investing", and wrote two of the founding texts in neoclassical investing:
1) Security Analysis with David Dodd
2) The Intelligent Investor.
Known as the "Oracle of Omaha" Warren is one of the most successful investors of all time
Lynch is the legendary former manager of the Magellan Fund at the major investment brokerage Fidelity. He took over the fund in 1977 at age 33 and ran it for 13 years. His success allowed him to retire in 1990 at age 46
William J. O'Neil
He is known for being one of the first investors to incorporate computers into his research and investment decision-making process
Based on some of the best books ever written in investing history and not limiting to the 5 books mentioned below. We have simplified and power packed the whole program into a 2-day power-packed session.
The basics of fundamental analysis
Techno Fundamental Investing
The art of picking the best in class fundamental stocks and buying at a “low risk, better return” price using pure mathematical rules.
Nature follows the 4 climatic cycles. Markets also follow cycles. There are stocks that behave differently in different seasons. Finally, it’s all about seasons and mathematics. Let’s pick the best stocks for each season based on pure mathematics.
Apply the Benjamin graham mathematical rules to buy stocks at a lower price with a clear margin of safety which was extensively followed by Warren Buffet. This is all about buy low and sell high.
This investment method is based on growth. We don’t worry too much about the high price. We will look for firms that are on a solid growth pattern with superior earnings. This is all about buy high and sell higher.
Turn around Companies Hunting
Good firms become bad. Bad firms may improve and start performing better. We will look for completely beaten-down stocks which show promise of a good future. We may pick them at low prices which will grow our portfolio.
The concept was pioneered by the world-famous investor William O Neil. It has proven to be one of the most consistent models which outperform the index by a significant extent.
The Super Small Caps Hunting
The art of finding those small companies which can grow at a faster rate than many of the mid/large-cap firms. These are high-risk and high return picks. Only for those who are ready to take more risks.
There is nothing like Multibaggers investing in this world. It is silly and meaningless and just a marketing stunt. Professional investors are those who look for best-in-class companies based on clear mathematical rules and strong financial statements. A few of those good firms may turn out to be Multibaggers. If someone already knows the future Multibaggers, why don’t they sell their house and buy them? They can buy 2 houses after 2 years