Here's How to Read an Earnings Report Like a Wall Street Investor
Wondering how to read an earnings report and what to focus on?
Earnings are important and investors are clamoring to read the reports and make informed decisions on their holdings.
But you're confused as to why one single quarter is so important to a company with a life time of operations.
We're going to break it down.
But here's an analogy first.
What if you're about to buy a house, but you operating at a deficit for the last several months and you lost your job.
Your bank is like 'why should I lend money to you?'
Well, you reveal something else to the bank beyond your recent financial woes.
You've got a high paying job lined up and your financial situation looks strong for the future.
Never mind the last few months.
Now, the bank can rely on you to produce steady and strong cash flows to pay down that mortgage debt.
They'll invest in you.
That's how you read an earnings report.
It's all about 'what am I getting in the future by being in this stock?'
Now, to see the rest, watch the quick video above.
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