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Friday, January 9, 2015

Decoding Investment in Equity Market - 2nd video (Significance of Operating Cash Flow)

Hi,

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.

Please feel free to forward these videos to anyone you feel would get benefited.

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. 

Cheers,
Niteen S Dharmawat
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IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: This presentation is prepared solely to provide information about and take feedback from the readers/viewers. This presentation is NOT meant for equity investment. It should NOT be construed as an investment advice for buy/sell/hold or anyother form of recommendation. This presentation does not recommend any price or price target for any company discussed as a case study. Investment in equity shares has its own risks. The information contained herein is based on my study and upon sources that I consider reliable. I, however, do not vouch for the accuracy or the completeness thereof. This material is for personal information and not intended for any investment decisions. I am not responsible for any profit or loss incurred based upon it & take no responsibility whatsoever for any financial profits or loss which may arise from the discussion thread anywhere in communication. It is safe to assume that I, my family, friends have vested interest in any of the companies/stocks discussed/presented here. Please do your due diligence and take the help of a qualified advisor before you take any financial decision.

6 comments:

myinsignia said...

Good initiative.
I could not play the second video, It gets stuck while loading.

Thanks

Niteen S Dharmawat said...

Hi myinsignia, thank you for your response. Did you try it from your desktop or mobile? Try using desktop. You may also ensure that you have sufficient bandwidth as this video is a two pan video and requires 512kpbs-1mbps minimum bandwidth. It may not work on 2G. Let me know.

myinsignia said...

hi Niteen I was able to watch the tutorial. Very good job.

I have 1 questions -

* Is the comparison of Operating cash flow & Net income fair ? CFO is like sales done in cash but the Net income is the net profit for all sales done in cash + credit which will be way below the sales.



Look at granules India the cash from operating income is more than the net profit consistently. Does this mean company is getting advance payment.

prince said...

Hello,

Wanted to kno your current view regarding Knr const

Mahesh Spiritual said...

Respected Dharmawat Sir,
THANQ very much for your sharing of this ,unable to view but one request ,
Can you without naming any company give one bad cash flow and one good cash flow. Reason , the read between the line, I am unaware of.
Thanq for your sharing .
With warm Regards
Mahesh Vakharia

Mahesh Spiritual said...

Respected Dharmawat Sir,
THANQ very much for your sharing of this ,unable to view but one request ,
Can you without naming any company give one bad cash flow and one good cash flow. Reason , the read between the line, I am unaware of.
Thanq for your sharing .
With warm Regards
Mahesh Vakharia