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The 64-hour program is created in conjunction with industry experts to ensure a curriculum that is relevant and industry aligned.
The CVI program is ideal for:
like learn how to actively seek stocks of companies that the market is currently under valuing.
Executives at all levels
refine their understanding of value-based investing principles for professional and personal use.
low-risk, proven strategy to consistently grow their wealth.
manage their own money and earn above-average returns.
get a solid understanding of Value Investing.
Imarticus has a rolling admission process involving an initial assessment followed by a personal interview.
There are two methods by which you can enroll
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10:30 am – Run a financial screener based on metrics such as D/E, ROE, ROCE, sales growth, PAT growth, P/E to shortlist companies.
11:00 am – Go through top 5 companies in the list.
1:00 pm – Break for lunch.
3: 00 pm – Go through next 5 companies in the list.
4:00 pm – Select one company to spend the week doing diligence on.
5:00 pm- Read financial magazines, take a coffee break.
7:00 pm – Leave for home.
10:00 am – Read all available information on the company selected online.
1:00 pm – Break for lunch.
1:30 pm – Read last 10 years annual report reports.
10:00 am – Draw up excel sheets for the company for last 5 years.
1: 00 pm – Break for lunch.
4:00 pm – Draw up excel sheets for another 5 years.
10:00 am – Make questions to be answered to analyze competitive advantages of the business.
3:00 pm- Do meetings, calls with vendors, clients, competitors to understand the eco-system better.
9:15 am – Observe market opening and specific companies.
10:00 am – Do valuations of the company.
2:00 pm – Write out short investment thesis.
7:00 pm – Finally take a decision to buy or avoid company.
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CVI FacultyNeha has over 8 years of experience in investment analysis and portfolio management services, having worked for organizations such as Angel Broking and Malabar Investment Advisors. She is an Investment Analyst and her domain of expertise lies in value-driven bottom-up stock picking based on fundamental analysis. She has also assisted key functions such as such as operations, marketing and recruitment. Neha is an Electronics Engineer from ThadomalShahani Engineering College, Mumbai and a holds a Post Graduate Diploma from Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad.
Introduction to financial statements: Learn about the basics of financial statements such as Balance Sheets, P&L accounts and Cash Flow Statements. This will enable you to analyze company performance before making investments.
Introduction to ratios: Absolute numbers are not good enough to understand performance. Ratio analysis helps put financial numbers in their context by expressing one number in relation to another.
Equity Research: Read more about the buy and sell side interplay when it comes to equity research.
Value Investing comes in many stripes.
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