Accounting IV: Working with Ratios

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Business & Management
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Course Description

Learn to use balance sheet and income statement metrics to assess a company's financial health, efficiency, and capital structure.
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3 months, 2 weeks ago
I feel more comfortable evaluating my future competitors.I really needed to refresh my accounting knowledge. And the fun allowed me to do it without feeling frustrated to have forgotten what I had learned with pain in my initial training.
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7 months, 3 weeks ago
Wow! Wow!! Wow!!! These classes have been very insightful and the amount of knowledge embedded in these tiny bits of slides is enormous. I love this learning method and it makes assimilation a whole lot easier. Thank you Smartly!
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7 months, 3 weeks ago
I'm enjoying how business performance evaluation is taught here, I love Smartly!! The content is designed to sink easily for prompt application. One of the key principles I have learnt so far are that ratios are meant for comparison ONLY with similar historical for the same firm, same ratio for similar firms, or with industry average.
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1 year, 1 month ago
Very valuable and helpful in beginning to understand the financial performance of a company and thereafter make calculated investment decisions. A simple guide to understanding the key accounting metrics when investing in different companies.
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1 year, 3 months ago
Very important lessons here. This is because there are so many ways for a business leader to draw erroneous conclusions if he/she doesn't review, understand and interpret financial data correctly. I'll definitely be keeping my notes from the entire finance/accounting sections.
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1 year, 3 months ago
Initially it is not clear to me why do we need to learn all these ratios and definition. In the later chapters, it starts to make sense if we need to evaluate a company for investment purposes. I am looking forward in the valuation chapters.
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