I have got an overwhelming response for the first video on decoding investment in equity market for common investors. Thank you for all those who sent out their responses/called me with their feedback.
I have created the second video. This time the topic is importance of Operating Cash Flow (CFO). I believe that this is one of the most important topics However, irony is it is quite often ignored even by seasoned analysts. I have covered four cases studies without naming the company to explain the importance of CFO.
As I mentioned earlier and reiterate that these are free videos as a part of my social responsibility with an objective to educate common investors. Please send your feedback on this video series. Your feedback will make help me improve the process. Also send your responses to the quiz to me.
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2nd video can be seen here: http://goo.gl/bvI1IP
1st video can be seen here: http://goo.gl/C4NaIx
Always look forward receiving your feedback.
Niteen S Dharmawat
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