Here is the fourth article in the series Understanding Financial Accounting. There is a wide range of ratios that are used while analyzing the company but the basic ratio that every individual can understand with ease are as follows. This Article consists of some basic ratios that can be used by any individual for analyzing the company. Here are the 12 basic ratios that are … Continue reading Financial Ratios
Cash Flow Statement is considered the strongest pillar of the Financials. Cash Flow Statement helps anindividual to understand the rotation of money that takes place in the company So in our final part 3 of series Cash Flow Statement we will learn the basics from an analyst point of view and that will help any layman to understand the companies easily. So let’s delve deep … Continue reading Basics of Cash Flows Statement
A Balance Sheet contains the sources of funds for a company and application of those funds at any point of time. As is logical, sources of funds and their application must match at aggregate level, hence, both the sides of the balance sheet must match at all times (as also the name suggests). This is something that we all have learnt in our school level … Continue reading Basics of Balance Sheet (B/S)
Understanding Financial Statement Analysis in detail gives an overall overview of the company from an eagle’s eye.Here is the 1st part of the Financial Statement Analysis. Financial Statement is divided into 3 parts – Profit and Loss Account , Balance Sheet, Cash Flow Statement. The historical performance of a company is the initial parameter used to select companies for research and analysis in industries seen … Continue reading Basics of Profit and Loss Account (P/L)
Is India really a fiscally weak nation ? Gold Reserves with Central Bank The Reserve Bank of India purchased 52.3 tonnes gold in FY20 to augment its foreign exchange reserves, according to the latest data released on Tuesday by the World Gold Council. With this, it has entered the league of the world’s top-10 gold holding central banks. RBI currently holds 612.6 tonnes of the … Continue reading Is India really a fiscally weak nation ?