Welcome to Stock Research 101. We have two separate stock research resources that you can avail yourself of. The first resource is our three part blog series on how to use Stock Rover to research a stock in the real world. The second resource is a multi-part guided course on fundamental research.
Each resource is described in more detail below.
This is a three part series designed to show you how to effectively use Stock Rover to research a stock. We will be using Microsoft (MSFT) as our example company.
The three part series focuses on researching a stock in the following sequence:
This is a 12 part guided course that will walk you through some of the basics of stock research, with practical guidance and exercises to try. The goal is to help you become an independent investor who is able to understand and interpret financial data in order to make informed investing decisions.
Even though there is a lot to say about investing, we don’t want to overwhelm you with too much information all at once. Each chapter is short and has concrete tasks for you to practice. We’ll also be sprinkling in links to additional resources.
Almost all of the financial information we discuss can be found directly in Stock Rover, and we’ll be linking to supporting materials that show you where to find it all.
This guide was created in partnership with bivio, which provides online investment club accounting and hedge fund management services.