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Which fundamental analysis topics are most relevant to you in 2023? Learn how valuation experts approach investment decisions during a free crash course in fundamental analysis. Hear from NYU Stern Prof. Aswath Damodaran and author & consultant Marty Fridson at Exchange, our free retail investing conference. RSVP for free: #exchange #fundamentalanalysis Content is provided for informational purposes only, is neither investment advice nor an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy any security. All investments involve risk, including the possible loss of capital. Brokerage services provided by Open to the Public Investing, Inc., a member of FINRA and SIPC. See

Inflation & stock metrics27.27%
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Over a Million or Millie folks loved this tweet from Elon a couple days ago and I wanted to bring some context to it. While he’s been in the news about some of his portfolio of companies — this was spot on… Invest in what *you* believe in. I mean, you believe in your portfolio to perform well, but what he means is to buy the stock (or funds) of companies that make the products and services thatSee more
Good morning! A couple days ago, I made a post about $PYPL , and after some research and deliberation, I made the decision to buy. This is one of the few stocks I'd be comfortable buying right now, for a handful of reasons. These are the buy now, pay later model; good fundies; and insider buying. I wrote an article going into much greater detail about this decision, and I'd really appreciate it if ySee more
Let's learn #fundamentalanalysis for #longterm investing 📚🍎 Price-to-earnings ratio What is it? How do you use it? And how does it create a picture of the valuation of the overall market? "The price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio relates a company's share price to its earnings per share (EPS).See more
Added The Acquirers Fund ETF to Watchlist
Idk why I never thought of this before but just occurred to me, like literally popped into my head just now, that an "educational" way to acquire fractional shares in a company would be by the company's current EPS amount or a multiple thereof. In this way your purchase -and your position itself- would force you to think about valuation a little bit more! Like it would force a connection in one'sSee more
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Nate Caler
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#fundamentalanalysis #longgameShipping Shipping energy market supply (in this case oil) is essential to the day to day function of our global society. At one point when banks would still give these companies loans to build with these stocks were valued much higher When people realize how bad life sucks with no heating oil for their homes or gasoline for their cars can't be bought for less than your firstborn because it can't get to refiners or markets they'll take notice. Might take years but I'm nothing if not patient. #feedyourbrain
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