Stock Market Tutorial Program: Videos, Software, and Guide

By Stock Research Pro • August 24th, 2009

Stock Research Pro offers a series of video stock market tutorials to help familiarize new stock market investors to the stock research and valuation process. The video tutorials are offered in combination with an introductory white paper and two stock market software packages to help guide the user through the end-to-end process of filtering for stock investment candidates, to research, valuation, and a test environment for their stock market strategies.

About the Stock Research Pro Software Bundle

Visitors to the Stock Research Pro website are encouraged to sign up for the software and video tutorials by completing the sign-up form requesting the white paper which is a “Guide to Fundamental Analysis for Stock Investing”.

We email the guide to you along with links for downloading the two software packages that make up the “Stock Research and Valuation Bundle”:

Stock Research Pro: Streamlines the stock research and analysis process by guiding you through a process that includes filtering for stock investment candidates, conducting research and analysis and conducting basic valuation analysis. The Pro software links to the free virtual stock trading platform available at the Stock Research Pro website.

SRP Valuation: The Valuation software takes the stock valuation process to the next level by introducing the user to three approaches for testing company financial strength and arriving at the “intrinsic” value of a stock:

• Discounted Cash Flow (DCF)
• Net Current Asset Value per Share (NCAVPS)
• Dividend Discount Model (DDM)

Stock Market Tutorial Videos

After you sign up, we’ll send you the “Guide to Fundamental Analysis for Stock Investing” and a series of stock market tutorial videos designed to introduce you to the use of the software and various aspects of stock research and valuation, including:

• Using stock screeners to filter for stock investment candidates
• Understanding stock quotes
• The basics of stock charts
• Moving averages and stock price momentum
• The PEG ratio and stock valuation
• Calculating stock intrinsic value

To get started, please enter your name and email address is the “Guide to Fundamental Analysis” sign-up box on the upper right-hand side of this page, then check your email inbox for the first message, which includes the guide as an attachment.

The above information is educational and should not be interpreted as financial advice. For advice that is specific to your circumstances, you should consult a financial or tax advisor.

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