A primary key to making good investment decisions begins with using sound judgments when preparing an SSG. This class provides guidance and insight into how to make the important estimates looking five years into the future.
We first look at the basic historical information that is important to consider, then go deeper into the judgment making process, projecting the future of the company. The next step is to explore where information is found that influences our judgment. After finding the information, we apply where and how to make those key judgments.
Topics to be covered include:
• Judgment in each SSG section with examples
• Advanced judgment for estimating sales and EPS growth rates including how to use the preferred (revenue based) procedure
• Sustainable growth and finding trends in the Trend Analysis graph
• Guidelines for picking high and low P/E ratios
• Forecast high and low EPS and future low price.
This course is for advanced students, and does not dwell on how to perform calculations.
To get the most benefit from this class, individuals need to have taken Introduction to Investing or have some experience in investing, completed the Stock Selection Guide class - either in person or on-line, and have completed Beginning Toolkit, Toolkit Mechanics or the on-line SSG.
Clubs registering three or more members qualify for a $5 discount for each member attending the class. Clubs are more successful when the majority of their members understand how to apply judgment to the SSG. Attendees should meet the above qualifications for the class.
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Rocky Mountain Chapter
The Rocky Mountain Chapter of Better Investing, Inc. supports the mission of the national organization at the regional level by providing a program of sound investment information, education and support that helps create successful lifetime investors. All chapter directors are volunteers who donate their time to help others secure a better financial future through a lifetime of investing in the stock market. We want to make people feel they are participants and beneficiaries of the American economic system and not just passive bystanders or helpless victims.