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The Complete Financial Analyst Course 2021

Excel, Accounting, Financial Statement Analysis, Business Analysis, Financial Math, PowerPoint: Everything is Included!

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What you will learn

Work comfortably with Microsoft Excel

Format spreadsheets in a professional way

Be much faster carrying out regular tasks

Create professional charts in Microsoft Excel

Work with large amounts of data without difficulty

Understand Accounting and Bookkeeping principles

Build a company’s P&L from scratch

Build a company’s Balance sheet from scratch

Perform Financial statement analysis

Understand the importance of timing in terms of revenue and cost recognition

Calculate Liquidity, Solvency, Profitability, and Growth ratios to analyze a company’s performance

Understand 10-K reports

Assess whether a project is feasible through the Net present value technique

Calculate a complete loan schedule

Understand the difference between variable and fixed interest rates

Perform industry analysis

Understand what drives a company’s value

Know how to analyze a business

Work comfortably with Microsoft PowerPoint

Create professional company presentations in PowerPoint

Become a successful Financial Analyst in no time – if you follow the course fully!




Description

**Updated for January 2021!**

"If you’re trying to prepare for an eventual career in finance, but are still looking to round out your knowledge of the subject, The Complete Financial Analyst Course might be a perfect fit for you.", Business Insider

"A Financial Analyst Career is one of the top-paying entry-level jobs on the market.” 

"Even in the toughest job markets, the best candidates find great positions.", Forbes

You simply have to find a way to acquire practical skills that will give you an edge over the other candidates.

But how can you do that?

You haven’t had the proper training, and you have never seen how analysts in large firms do their work ...

Stop worrying, please! We are here to help.

The Complete Financial Analyst Course is the most comprehensive, dynamic, and practical course you will find online.

It covers several topics, which are fundamental for every aspiring Financial Analyst:

  • Microsoft Excel for Beginner and Intermediate Users: Become Proficient with the world’s #1 productivity software

  • Accounting, Financial Statements, and Financial Ratios: Making Sense of Debits and Credits, Profit and Loss statements, Balance Sheets, Liquidity, Solvency, Profitability, and Growth Financial Ratios

  • Finance Basics: Interest Rates, Financial Math Calculations, Loan Calculations, Time Value of Money, Present and Future Value of Cash Flows

  • Business Analysis: Understanding what drives a Business, Key Items to be Analyzed and their Meaning, the Importance of Industry Cycles, Important Drivers for the Business of Startup, Growth, Mature and Declining Companies, Important Drivers for an Industry

  • Capital Budgeting: Decide whether a company's project is feasible from a financial perspective and be able to compare between different investment opportunities

  • Microsoft PowerPoint for Beginner and Intermediate Users: The #1 tool for visual representation of your work, a necessary skill for every Financial Analyst

As you can see, this is a complete bundle that ensures you will receive the right training for each critical aspect.

Here comes the fun part!

We have a challenge for you! After covering each major roadblock, you will be asked to solve a challenge. You will:

  • Calculate a company’s sales in Excel

  • Register its bookkeeping entries and produce useful financial statements + calculate financial ratios

  • Calculate a complete loan schedule for the company’s debt

  • Analyze the company’s business performance

  • Create a PowerPoint presentation based on the results

  • Receive personalized feedback

  • Participate in our monthly Amazon Gift Card Lottery(!)

Sounds interesting, right?

At the end of the challenge, you will send us the work you’ve done, and we will reply with personalized feedback. This makes for an interactive student experience that optimizes what you will learn from the course.

What makes this course different from the rest of the Finance courses out there?

  • High quality of production: HD video and animations (this isn’t a collection of boring lectures!)

  • Knowledgeable instructor (experience in companies like Pwc and Coca-Cola)

  • Complete training: We will cover all major topics and skills you need to become a top-class Financial Analyst

  • Extensive Case Studies: To help you reinforce everything you’ve learned

  • Course Challenge: Solve our Course Challenge and make this course an interactive experience

  • Excellent support: If you don’t understand a concept or you simply want to drop us a line, you’ll receive an answer within 1 business day

  • Dynamic: We don’t want to waste your time! The instructor keeps up a very good pace throughout the whole course

Why should you consider a career as a Financial Analyst?

  • Salary. A Financial Analyst job usually leads to a very well-paid career

  • Promotions. Financial Analysts acquire valuable technical skills, which makes them the leading candidates for senior roles within a corporation

  • Secure Future. There is high demand for Financial Analysts on the job market, and you won’t have to be concerned about finding a job

  • Growth. This isn’t a boring job. Every day, you will face different challenges that will test your existing skills

Please don’t forget that the course comes with Udemy’s 30-day unconditional, money-back-in-full guarantee. And why not give such a guarantee, when we are convinced the course will provide a ton of value for you?

Just go ahead and subscribe to this course! If you don't acquire these skills now, you will miss an opportunity to separate yourself from the others. Don't risk your future success! Let's start learning together now!


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Content

Welcome! Course Introduction

What Does the Course Cover?

Everything We Will Learn Has a Practical Application

The Best Way to Take This Course

Download All Course Materials and FAQ

Microsoft Excel - Quick Introduction

Microsoft Excel: The World's #1 Office Software

Excel Made Easy: A Beginner's Guide to Excel Spreadsheets

Data Entry Techniques in Excel

How to Make Your Spreadsheets Look Professional

Data Entry Techniques in Excel

Inserting, Deleting, and Modifying Rows & Columns

Inserting, Deleting, and Modifying Rows & Columns

Excel Formulas for Beginners

Excel Formulas for Beginners

A Beginner's Introduction to Excel Functions

Work Efficiently by Using Cut, Copy, and Paste

Work Efficiently by Using Cut, Copy, and Paste

Pasting Values, Formulas and Formats with Paste Special

Microsoft Excel - Useful Tools

Inserting a Line Break with Alt + Enter

Do More with Your Sales Data with Excel's Text to Columns Feature

Do More with Your Sales Data with Excel's Text to Columns Feature

Create Easily Printable Excel Documents

How to Wrap Text in Excel and Adjust a Cell's Size

Insert Hyperlinks into Excel Spreadsheets

Using Excel's Freeze Panes to Handle Large Datasets

Find Excel Functionalities in a Quicker Way - Tell Me What You Want to Do

A Quick Introduction to Excel's Pivot Tables

Microsoft Excel - Best Practices That Will Make a Difference

Initial Formatting Is Key for Creating Professional-looking Spreadsheets

Macros Are a Great Timesaver! Here's Why.

How to Use the Same Macro On Multiple Workbooks

Macros Are a Great Timesaver! Here's Why.

The Secret to Faster Scrolling in Excel

Be even quicker: F5 + Enter

The Secret to Faster Scrolling in Excel

Using Absolute and Relative Cell References

Using Absolute and Relative Cell References

Find and Select Cells That Meet Specific Conditions

Find and Select Cells That Meet Specific Conditions

How to Create Dynamic Names in Excel Spreadsheets

How to Create Dynamic Names in Excel Spreadsheets

Using Named Ranges to Make Formulas More Readable

Custom Number Formatting

How to Add a Drop-down List in Excel

Using Custom-sort to Sort Multiple Columns Within a Table

Saving Time in Excel and Doing Everything Faster by Using Excel Shortcuts

Multiply by 1

Find and Replace - References

Find and Replace - Formatting

Green References

Beauty Saving - The Professional Way of Saving Files

The Power of F2

Conditional Formatting

Quiz Number 1

Microsoft Excel - Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced Functions

Key Excel Functions: IF

Enlarge the Formula Bar

Key Excel Functions: SUM, SUMIF, SUMIFS

A helpful consideration

Key Excel Functions: COUNT, COUNTA, COUNTIF, COUNTIFS

Key Excel Functions: AVERAGE & AVERAGEIF

Key Excel Functions: Average & Averageif

Key Excel Functions: LEFT, RIGHT, MID, UPPER, LOWER, PROPER, CONCATENATE, &

Key Excel Functions: LEFT, RIGHT, MID, UPPER, LOWER, PROPER, CONCATENATE, &

Working with Text in Excel

Find the Highest and Lowest Values in a Range: Max & Min

= and + are Interchangeable When You Start Typing a Formula

Use ROUND in Your Financial Models

Excel's Lookup Functions: VLOOKUP & HLOOKUP Made Easy

INDEX, MATCH, and Their Combination - The Perfect Substitute of VLOOKUP

INDEX, MATCH, and Their Combination - The Perfect Substitute of VLOOKUP

Using Excel's IFERROR Function to Trap Spreadsheet Errors

A Useful Tool for Financial Analysis - The RANK Function

Create Flexible Financial Models with CHOOSE

Goal Seek Will Help You Find the Result You Are Looking For

Goal Seek Will Help You Find the Result You Are Looking For

Perform Sensitivity Analysis with Excel's Data Tables Functionality

Perform Sensitivity Analysis with Excel's Data Tables Functionality

Quiz Number 2

Microsoft Excel - Financial Functions in Excel

Discounting Cash Flows in Microsoft Excel

Calculating Internal Rate of Return (IRR) in Excel

Using the PMT Function to Create a Complete Loan Schedule

Date Functions in Excel

Microsoft Excel - Practical Exercise "Build a P&L From Scratch"

Introduction to the Case Study

What You Will See Next

Understand Your Data Source Before You Start Working on It

Ordering the Source Worksheet

Creating a Code: The Best Way to Organize Your Data and Work Efficiently with It

Learn How to Create a Database

Using Lookup Functions (VLOOKUP) to Fill the Database Sheet

Using SUMIF to Complete the Database Sheet

Using INDEX & MATCH as a Substitute for VLOOKUP

The Mapping Exercise

Mapping the Rows in the Database Sheet

Building the Structure of the P&L Sheet

A Practical Example of Professional Formatting in Excel

Populating the P&L Sheet with SUMIF

Learn How to Find Mistakes with COUNTIF

Calculating Growth Rates in Excel

Quiz Number 3

Microsoft Excel - Building Professional Charts in Excel

Introduction to Excel Charts

Beginner's Guide to Inserting Charts in Excel

Modifying Excel Charts - The Easy Way

Making Your Excel Charts Sexier - Proven Tips

Creating a Bridge Chart in Excel 2016 - As Easy as It Gets

New Ways to Visualize Your Data - Treemap Charts

How to Represent Trends with Sparklines

Microsoft Excel - Creating Complete Professional Charts from Scratch

Introduction

Stacked Column Chart with a Secondary Axis

Doughnut Chart

Area Chart

Bridge Chart

Microsoft Excel - Working with Pivot Tables in Excel

Pivot Tables - Excel's Dynamic and Interactive Tables

Creating a Pivot Table: Choosing Row and Column Parameters

Design the Layout and Format of Your Pivot Tables

Additional Techniques That Will Ease Your Work with Pivot Tables

One of the Most Useful Excel Functions - GetPivotData

Welcome to the Future - Pivot Table Slicers

Introduction to the Course Challenge

COURSE CHALLENGE - Part 1

Microsoft Excel - Pivot Tables & Slicers - World-Class Financial Reporting

Introduction to the Case Study

Working with an SAP Data Extraction

Preliminary Mapping of the Data Extraction

Creating an Output Structure of the FMCG Model

Improving the Layout and Appearance of the FMCG Report

Inserting Formulas and Automating Calculations

Creating a Master Pivot Table: The Main Data Source for the FMCG Report

GETPIVOTDATA is Great! Extracting Data from the Master Pivot Table

GETPIVOTDATA fix

Combining Slicers and GETPIVOTDATA: The Key to Our Success

Getting Fancy with Excel Slicers

This is How the Report Can be Used in Practice by High-level Executives

Modeling in Excel - Building a Complete 3-statement Model

Introduction to the Exercise

Let's Create a Mapping of Financials

Building an Output P&L Sheet

Filling in the Output P&L Sheet with Historical Financials

Calculating Percentage Variances and Applying Conditional Formatting

Building an Output Balance Sheet

Using INDEX, MATCH, MATCH to Fill in the output Balance Sheet

Adding the Forecast Period

Modeling in Excel - Let's Build a Flexible Model with Multiple Scenarios

Calculating Historical Percentage Ratios and Use INDEX and MATCH for Scenarios

Building a Flexible Model with CHOOSE & MATCH

Building a Flexible Model with VLOOKUP & COLUMNS

Calculating Historical DSO, DPO, DIO, Other Assets %, and Other Liabilities %

Forecasting DSO, DPO, DIO, Other Assets and Other Liabilities

Modeling in Excel - We Are Almost There! Completing the 3-Statement Model

Building a Fixed Asset Roll Forward

Building a Financial Liabilities Schedule

Building an Equity Schedule

Preparing a Cash Flow Structure

Calculating Cash Flows and Completing the Model

Accounting - Introduction to Accounting & Bookkeeping

Accounting: The Science Behind Financial Figures

What is Accounting and Why Do You Need It

The Importance of Bookkeeping - Good Accounting Records Are Essential

An Introduction to Financial Accounting

Quiz Number 3

Accounting - Types of Revenues, Costs, Assets, and Liabilities

The Different Types of Accounting Standards

The Three Financial Statements

Types of Revenues

Types of Revenues - Exercise

Types of Expenses

Income Taxes

Depreciation & Amortization

Types of Assets

Asset Categories - Practical Example

Types of Liabilities

Liability Categories - Practical Example

Equity

Quiz Number 4

Accounting - Revenue Recognition

Accrual Accounting

Revenue Recognition Criteria - Technical

Potential Conflicts of Interest When Recognizing Revenue

A Practical Example

Accounting - Cost Recognition

Technical Aspects of Cost Recognition

The Two Types of Income Statement Formats

Accounting - Understanding the Big Picture: Why, What, When, and How Much

The Revenue Recognition Principle - Why Is It So Important?

The Expense Recognition Principle - When to Recognize Expenses

Accounting - The Core Principles of Accounting

The Accounting Equation and Its Importance

Elements of the Accounting System: General Ledger

T-Accounts: The Best Way to Understand Debits and Credits

P&L T-Accounts

The Double-Entry Principle - The Core Principle of Bookkeeping

Quiz Number 5

Accounting - Practical Exercise: The Accounting Transactions of a Lemonade Stand

Case Study - The Accounting Transactions of a Lemonade Stand (1/4)

Case Study - The Accounting Transactions of a Lemonade Stand (2/4)

Case Study - The Accounting Transactions of a Lemonade Stand (3/4)

Case Study - The Accounting Transactions of a Lemonade Stand (4/4)

Accounting - The Importance of Timing

Timing of Cash Flows and Why It Plays an Important Role in a Business

Timing of Income: Principles of Revenue Recognition

Timing of Expenses: Principles of Cost Recognition

The Four Type of Accruals Arising in Accounting Transactions

Quiz Number 6

Accounting - Preparing a Cash Flow Statement: Understanding Cash Flow Analysis

Calculating Cash Flows - Understand If a Business Makes or Burns Cash

The Three Parts of Cash Flow Statements Explained

Cash Flow Computations - The Direct Method

Cash Flow Computations - The Indirect Method

Calculating Cash Flow in Practice: A Complete Example

Advanced Accounting - Trade Receivables

Why a Company Needs to Pay Attention to Trade Receivables?

What If Clients Do Not Pay on Time?

How to Handle Non-paying Customers? A Case-study

A Technique to Collect Trade Receivables Sooner

Advanced Accounting - Inventory

The Different Types of Inventory We Can Have

The Connection Between Cost of Goods Sold and Inventory

Cost Flow Methods

Cost Flow Methods - a Practical Exercise

Advanced Accounting - Fixed Assets

The Different Types of Fixed Assets

Capitalizing Interest Expenses

Fair Value Accounting

Intangible Assets with Finite Life vs. Intangible Assets with Infinite Life

The Revaluation Model

The Revaluation Model - Practical Exercise

Intangible Assets Created Internally

Advanced Accounting - Trade Payables

How We Account for Trade Payables

What Is the Difference Between Accounts Payable and Notes Payable?

Why Use E-invoicing?

Advanced Accounting - Financial Liabilities

The Difference Between Debt and Equity

Amortizing a Loan

Debt Covenants

Debt Covenants - A Practical Example

Advanced Accounting - Leasing Liabilties

The Reason Companies Lease Assets

Solving a Complete Leasing Exercise

Advanced Accounting - Using Leverage

What is Leverage and Why Companies Use Financial Leverage?

The Implications of Using Excessive Leverage

Advanced Accounting - Raising Equity, Types of Equity, and Dividend Payments

The Different Types of Equity

Raising Equity in Different Stages of a Company's Lifecycle

The Types of Dividends Companies Pay to Shareholders

Dividend Payments - a Timeline

What Are Share Repurchases and Why Companies Do Them

The Idea Behind Stock Splits

Financial Statement Analysis - An Introduction

What is a 10-K Report and Why Is It important for Investors?

Finding, Downloading and Going Through the Annual Report of P&G

What Is the Role of Auditing Firms and What Are the Benefits of an Audit?

Indispensable Tools for Financial Statement Analysis

Quiz Number 7

Financial Statement Analysis - Subtleties

Financial Statement Analysis - A Natural Continuation of Financial Accounting

First Steps in Financial Statement Analysis

Horizontal vs. Vertical Financial Statement Analysis

Calculating Days Payable (DPO), Days Receivable (DSO) and Days Inventory (DIO)

Using Accounting Ratios to Assess Business Performance

Quiz Number 8

Financial Statement Analysis - Practical Case Study "Analyzing P&G's Financials"

Case Study - Calculating Ratios and Analyzing P&G's Financials (1/2)

Case Study - Calculating Ratios and Analyzing P&G's Financials (2/2)

COURSE CHALLENGE - Part 2

Financial Statement Analysis - Tesla Exercise

What You Will See Next In This Section

How to Download Tesla's Historical Financials

Calculating and Analyzing Growth and Profitability Ratios

Calculating and Analyzing Liquidity Ratios

Calculating and Analyzing Solvency Ratios

Working Capital Management

Introduction

The Importance of Working Capital Optimization: Case Study

Overtrading vs. Excessive Investment

Trade Receivables Management

Re-order Level

Economic Order Quantity (EOQ)

Inventory Optimization Techniques

Trade Payables Management

Working Capital Optimization - a Roadmap

Symptoms of Inefficient Working Capital - Trade Payables

Symptoms of Inefficient Working Capital - Trade Receivables

Fundamentals of Business & Financial Analysis

Fundamentals of Business & Financial Analysis

Finance 101 - The Time Value of Money and Interest Rate Components

Finance 101: Important Financial Principles That You Will Need

Understanding the Time Value of Money

How Interest Rates Play an Important Role in the Economy?

The Components Forming Interest Rates in Real Life

What Is Libor and What Purpose Does It Serve?

The Difference Between Fixed and Variable Interest Rates

What Is Default Risk and How Does a Bank Account For It?

Corporate Loan Specifics

Finance 101 - The Value of Cash Flows with Different Timing

Calculating the Present Value of Future Cash Flows

A Tool That Helps Us Decide Whether a Project Is Feasible: Net Present Value

Finance 101 - Loan Calculations

Using Annuities

Calculating a Complete Loan Schedule

COURSE CHALLENGE - Part 3

Capital Budgeting - Basic Notions

What is Capital Budgeting?

When Do We Use Capital Budgeting?

The Time Value of Money in a Capital Budgeting Setting

Calculating Present and Future Value

Cost of Equity

Project-specific Beta

The Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)

The Different Cash Flow Types in a Capital Budgeting Exercise

Modeling Future Cash Flows

Capital Budgeting - A Complete Case Study

An Introduction to the Case Study

Organizing Inputs In the "Drivers" Sheet

Modeling Expected Savings - Building Cars In Italy vs. Building Cars In Vietnam

Preparing a Fixed Asset Rollforward Schedule

Calculating the Cash Impact of Extra Working Capital Required

Debt Repayment and Interest Expenses Calculation

The Project's P&L Sheet

The Project's Cash Flow Calculation

Calculating WACC (Weighted Average Cost of Capital)

Estimating Cost of Equity

Discounting Project Cash Flows

Performing Sensitivity Analysis and Wrapping Up the Case Study

Tesla Practical Case Study - Building a Financial Planning Model

Organizing External Inputs in a 'Drivers' Sheet

The Input Data We Will Work With

Forecasting Tesla's Expected Deliveries

Comparing Delivery Figures with the Ones of industry Peers

Estimating an Average Selling Price of Tesla Vehicles

Calculating Automotive Revenue

Peer Comparison: Gross Profit %

Calculating Automotive Gross Profit

Calculating Automotive Cost of Sales

Forecasting 'Energy' and 'Services' Revenue

Calculating 'Energy' and 'Services' Gross Profit and Cost of Sales

Forecasting Operating Expenses

Building a Fixed Asset Roll Forward: Estimating Capex

Building a Fixed Asset Roll Forward: D&A Schedule

Peer Comparison: D&A as a Percentage of Revenues

Calculating DSO, DIO, DPO

Producing a Clean P&L Output Sheet

Fill in the P&L Output Sheet

Calculating Investments in Working Capital

Forecasting Unlevered Free Cash Flow

Forecasting Other Assets

Forecasting Other Liabilities

Completing Unlevered Free Cash Flow

Modeling Tesla's Financing Needs in the Forecast Period

Calculating Net Income

Bridging Unlevered Free Cash Flow to Net Cash Flow

Balancing the Balance Sheet

PowerPoint - Introduction to PowerPoint

Microsoft PowerPoint: The Most Popular Presentation Software for the Office

The Structure of the PowerPoint Ribbon

General Considerations About Slide Structure

Learn How to Insert Objects in PowerPoint

Shortcuts Allow Us To Be Much Faster When Working in PowerPoint

Add Frequently Used Buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar

How to Easily Align Objects in PowerPoint

How to Edit Shapes in Your Presentation

How to Format Text Boxes in a PowerPoint Presentation

Practical Learning - Exercise 1

Changing an Object's Size and Rotation

Using Slide Masters

Bring to Front and Send to Back - An Important PowerPoint Technique

Learn How to Create, Edit, Resize and Format PowerPoint Tables

PowerPoint - Tips & Tricks That Will Transform You Into An Advanced User

An Introduction to PowerPoint Animations

Modifying the Beginning and Ending of a Line Object

Join Shapes Together By Using Connector Lines

Edit Points - Learn How to Customize PowerPoint Shapes

Group or Ungroup Shapes, Pictures or Other Objects

This is How You Can Fit Text When It Is Larger than a Shape

Nudge Objects

PowerPoint's Smart Art Feature Offers Great Return for Your Time

Creating Eye-Catching Text Effects in PowerPoint

Practical Exercise - Creating an Organisational Chart

COURSE CHALLENGE - Part 4

Next Steps

Next Steps



Reviews

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Lamar8 October 2020

So far, so good. I just started. The instructor has a great pace. He doesn’t talk too fast or too slow. I feel like I can do really good in the course.

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Likitha8 October 2020

yes its very good and enjoyed all the lessons and here we have the option to see repeatedly videos and learn more by mistakes thank you

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Joydeb6 October 2020

Just fabulous!!! Excellent techniques of teaching Keep it up Please look after the technical part of the courses That's it. ?

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Noel5 October 2020

already very much excited by the course. And having fun learning digitally. thank god you made this website to learn and upgrade our skills. thank you

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Tran2 October 2020

I like the excel part. I got what I need with this course, the knowledge is very useful. There is a mistake with Section 43 where the covenant for production is less than 15,000 in the beginning but at the end of the section, it becomes 16,000 in the excel file.

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Kyle26 February 2020

I have a degree in personal finance and corporate finance. I have been at a bank for a couple of years. This course will help me get back my skills in becoming a financial analyst which is the career move I would like to take.

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Neha26 February 2020

A very practical approach to make the person understand who is financial analyst and how/what he works in the industry.

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Ronald25 February 2020

I haven't taken the course yet, but the course overview videos detail specific skills that I hope to obtain.

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Michiel23 February 2020

It really does the name justice of this course "Complete Financial Analyst Course". It really touches on all aspects relevant to analyzing finances and really has been great course to rehash on my finance experiences.

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Donna20 February 2020

I just started this, and seems like it will be a great fit. I have been out of college for many years (with accounting degree), but haven't worked in the field for about 20 years. I am taking this as a refresher.

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Eduardo19 February 2020

This is the first time I get instruction on line, being able to go at my own rythm is excelent and the way the lessons are shown is something that I have not imagine could be possible. Thanks

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Obakeng19 February 2020

The pace that the lesson is being narrated in my favorite part as it allows me time to comprehend what is being said with what I am watching

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Sebastian18 February 2020

Course has been great so far. I would like to see more practice examples. Even if a different course is offered that just has examples for us to practice

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Lydia18 February 2020

Yes I could learn a lot of topic which I had not even heard before. It was an exciting experience..!!! Thank You Udemy.

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Vishnu18 February 2020

The Course describes each and every part of it and it is very understandable to us. Thanks to 365 careers for your coaching.



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