Learn Financial Statement Analysis from KhanAcademy.com

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I haven’t been very good a keeping up with posts, but I am going to change that and start to post more regularly during 2013 and beyond.

I finally decided to check out KhanAcademy this past weekend.  I have heard quite a bit about the site from various locations, and wanted to try it out.  To my surprise, the site contained a lot of good information about finance and economics.  If you do not know about KhanAcademy, then you can read up more about it on their about page.

They have a whole section on Finance and Capital Markets which I found to be introductory, but still informative.  It never hurts to cover the basics, and I always find that I pick up something new when I review material about the basics of concepts.  I found the videos to be very well done and informative.

For instance, in the Accounting and Financial Statements subsection, videos cover:

In the Stocks and Bonds subsection, videos cover topics such as valuation, Return on Assets, P/E discussion, Enterprise Value and EBITDA.  I have viewed many of the videos, but there are so many that I still have a bunch to cover.  I highly recommend checking them out.

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