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Cash Flow for Beginners! | Financial Statement Analysis (3/3) financial cash flow



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In the last episode of the Financial Statement Analysis series, I explain how to read a cash flow statement. We start off with explaining the major components of the cash flow statement, before discussing what we look for as investors and what are some positive and negative signs to look out for.

Finally I wrap up the series by showing how the 3 statements work together to tell a story about the company and its financial position.

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42 thoughts on “Cash Flow for Beginners! | Financial Statement Analysis (3/3) financial cash flow”

  1. Extremely helpful. Thank you very much. Do you recommend any book or class or other video or tips if we would like to go more deeply into these Income Statement/ Balance sheet/ Cash flow statement understandings?

    I would like to learn more and more about these.

    Thanks!

  2. Thanks a lot Hamish. Fantastic content, which I’m truly learning from and enjoying. As requested below, I would also love to have a few follow up including key ratio analysis etc.

  3. Hey Hamish,
    First of all great content. I am a learner and I highly appreciate the effort you have put into this.
    On a different note, I would want to get a much deeper perspective on valuing a business. I understand this is for beginners but it would be great if there is another series or different videos added to the same series which go much more in depth. Do you already have such videos up?
    Regards, Arya

  4. Really enjoyed these series, been looking on YouTube and not come across anything like it so thank you.

    Could you potentially do a series where you look at 20-30 companies financial statements and breakdown why you would/would not invest into it?

    That would be an amazing series!

  5. Hey man, nice content keep it up, would like to see a video of you analyzing Tesla, as from my analysis they seem to be operating at a loss. But I don’t understand how the cash flow statements reports otherwise

  6. Thank you for the video. It's very simple and goes to the the point. Could you please tell us more about the difference between cashflow statement and income statement?

  7. Hi! Just want to ask if a company with a positive operating activities cash flow but negative cash flow on both investing and financing activities, what sort of possibilities would lead to this situation?

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