Enhance your Knowledge with a Financial Advice Webinar

Hosted by Justin Klein & Steve Peasley

These are one hour on-line educational events that cover various topics from economics to stock picking. It is our way to reach those who cannot attend our Live Wealth Conferences but still want the information and education they provide. There is never a cost and they allow for questions to be posed by the attendees.

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Using Fundamental and Technical Analysis

Long term investors rely on “Fundamental Analysis.”  Using this invaluable tool you can ‘look under the hood’ - see a company’s management structure, their competitors, their position in the industry, revenues, income and potential growth rate. Of course, the goal is to try to determine if it is a good value. There are other metrics too.  Earnings per share, price-to-earnings ratio, price-to-earnings growth, and dividend yield.  Understanding how to read these will make it easier for you to compare two companies, each with its own share price, number of shares outstanding, or just different corporate structures, side by side.

You really can’t pick stocks without Fundamental Analysis.


Shorter term traders also rely heavily on “Technical Analysis.”

It’s not as complicated as it looks.  It’s a way to measure supply and demand. It shows patterns.  The assumption is future patterns and movement will often be similar to previous ones. If you understand the benefits and limitations of technical analysis, it can enable you to be a better trader or investor over the long-term.


At this Webinar you’ll learn about:

Fundamental Analysis - Ratios, Profitability & Growth

Technical Analysis - Support, Resistance & Patterns

Company Analysis - Strengths, Weaknesses & Opportunities

Join Investtalk’s Steve Peasley and Justin Klein for a free live Webinar Wednesday May 30th at 6:30 Pacific time.

It’s May 30th and it’s FREE. All you do is register.

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