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VIDEO: Investment Checklist Tip #12 – Can the Business Pay their Obligations

    When we invest in a business, we need to make sure they can pay their bills…both short term and long-term obligations.   Every business has a slump at some point
By : Wall Street Value | Jan 30, 2018

Live 16-Week Stock Investing and Options Trading Course Agenda

Session One:  Intro to Value Investing   Session Two: Developing your Investment Niche Finding Investment Ideas Copying the Pros Tracking the Insiders Free Resources to find ideas Exercise – Find 2 A
By : Wall Street Value | Jan 24, 2018

VIDEO: The Investment Checklist Tip #11 – Return on Capital

Return on Capital aka Return on Invested Capital (ROC or ROIC) is the Rate of Return a business earns on investor (stockholders or bondholders) money that they are investing.   This is
By : Wall Street Value | Jan 17, 2018

VIDEO: Investment Checklist Tip #10 – Earnings Yield

Investment Checklist Tip #10 – The Earnings Yield   In today’s video, we talk about one of the two metrics that Joel Greenblatt uses to find stocks for his hedge funds at
By : Wall Street Value | Jan 12, 2018

VIDEO: Investment Checklist Tip #9 – The PEG Ratio

Investment Checklist Tip # 9 – The PEG Ratio   The PEG Ratio is a a great tool to quickly see where a stock may be valued at any point in time. 
By : Wall Street Value | Jan 8, 2018

VIDEO: Investment Checklist Tip #8 – Market Cap

In the last video we showed you how investing in a stock that has low daily trading volume could bite you in the butt by giving you an unfavorable entry price IF
By : Wall Street Value | Dec 20, 2017

Tom Vilord from Wall Street Value Quoted in US News and World Report Today.

https://money.usnews.com/investing/cryptocurrency/articles/2017-12-13/heres-why-some-investors-buy-high-and-sell-low
By : Wall Street Value | Dec 14, 2017

VIDEO: Investment Checklist Tip #7 – Trading Volume

Many people get turned on by the idea and dream of buying a penny stock and making a small fortune. What a lot of these investors do not realize is that many
By : Wall Street Value | Dec 12, 2017

VIDEO: Investment Checklist Tip #6 – Comparing Current PE to Historical PE

Sometimes the best way to predict where a company will go in the future is to look at its past. In this video I explain how we value companies by comparing their
By : Wall Street Value | Dec 7, 2017
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VIDEO: Investment Checklist Tip #5 – Investing in a Debt Free or Low Debt Business

Everyone wants to be debt free.  We don’t want to have burdensome debt in our personal lives. We shouldn’t want a company we are investing in to have it either. Debt is
By : Wall Street Value | Dec 1, 2017
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