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Recipe for a stock view

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Recipe for a stock view

One question I found myself being asked repeatedly is, how do I look at a new stock? So, I thought I’d share a high-level recipe of what buy-side analysts do.

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6 Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing Lisa.

    Now I don’t know whether I feel like frying potatoes or reading financial reports.

    Keep up the good work .

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