Introduction to Equity Analysis
Our Introduction to Equity Analysis will help you to make better investment decisions. The course runs for four hours and will equip you with a checklist to help you pick winning stocks and avoid problems.The course is structured in the following modules:
Finding the Ideas - how to find winning stock ideas
Testing the Hypothesis - check that this is an idea worth pursuing
Understanding the Industry - how to understand the business model
Company Specifics - drilling down from industry to company
Checklists - history, share price trends, shareholder base, management, assessing quality
Valuation - how to value the business and judge if the stock is cheap
The course is given by Steve Clapham who was a rated sell-side analyst for 20 years before becoming a special situations analyst and a partner/head of research at two multi-billion hedge funds based in London. Steve has generated extremely high returns from the portfolios he has analysed and managed and he brings the course to life by using examples from his extensive practical experience.
This course has had a fantsatsic reception from past attendees:
"Professional analysts can spend weeks analysing a company. With Steve's Introduction to Equity Analysis course you get a whistle-stop tour of his analysis process and all of the tools he uses to determine whether he's found an actionable investment opportunity. The course certainly showed me how I could level up my own analysis technique and be more selective in my investments."
Damian Cannon, Private Investor
It was good to meet you last week and attend the equity valuation and analysis course. I thoroughly enjoyed it …………Once again, the day was very interesting to me and I learned a lot.
Patisserie Valerie Shareholder, attended Introduction to Analysis Course 22/2/19
This course is designed to be used together with our course, Introduction to Accounting for Investment Analysis, which runs on the morning of the same day at the same venue. Buy tickets to both and enjoy lunch on us!
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