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Financial statement analysis seems like an obscure and complicated endeavor - and, indeed, it is. However, even if you're not an economics major, there are certain times when having a rudimentary working understanding of financial statement analysis can be really important. Most commonly, people find that they need to do some financial statement analysis if they're looking to invest in a company or evaluate its financial condition. So, if you want to be a savvy investor, how do you go about it? That's what we'll discuss in this book.

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Basic introduction to financial statement analysis

Exactly what I was looking for. Short but accurate explanations. I'm looking forward to learning more.

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Great information, but speed is way too fast

Too fast. I Had to slow down too much and replay to take notes. It is very detailed for a financial statement analysis which is very helpful. I just wish the speed was slowed down for the processing of all this information in a short time period.

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Very good summation for myMBA

This book was a very good resource during my MBA financial class. I suggest to anyone going through their MBA.