Ask me about a stock, and I'll highlight the good and bad things that I see about the financial statements. I'll point out any fraudulent/borderline accounting if I see it, and highlight things like debt levels, cash flows, etc. I'm not here to recommend stocks or tell you whether you should buy or sell stock XXX. This is intended as a introduction to fundamental analysis and accounting and as a way to learn how to read financial statements. Financial statements of banks, commodities, energy, biotechs, and pharmaceuticals are out of my circle of competence and I will not be able to properly dissect and explain those statements. I might give it a try if the numbers make sense to me though.