"Being a better investor means educating yourself and understanding how the stock market works. A better investor will choose their investments wisely and prosper."

 Investing basics

A ‘how-to’ guide for investing if you don’t know where to start.

What is a share? And how is it different to other types of investments?

Understanding share prices

Different types of shares?

What returns do you get from shares?

How to read stock prices

What prices to buy or sell at when trading shares

Placing orders and costs

Building a portfolio and managing risks

 Seasoned investor

Furthering investment opportunities for your experienced investor.

The Price/Earnings ratio (PE)/Book ratio

Understanding profits

The Price/Earnings to Growth (PEG) ratio

The dividend yield

Net Asset Value and Price/Book ratio

Return on Equity (RoE)

Cash flow – the king of financial analysis

Cash flow ratios

Discount cash flow valuations

Profiting from risk

Risk and the Sharp ratio

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