Good book for learning about fundamental analysis?

Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by fatrat, Nov 20, 2007.

  1. fatrat

    fatrat

    I don't know all that much about reading and coming up with a valuation for a company. Can someone recommend some texts for a guy who didn't go to business school, but instead was an engineering monkey?
     
  2. Not my business, but your background sounds better for learning about and applying Technical Analysis.

    Fundamental Analysis is mostly useless except for longer term, value players.
     
  3. fatrat

    fatrat

    I'd like to use a combined approach and start to construct generic models for understanding what's going on.
     
  4. Panurgo

    Panurgo

    Damodaran books are the best.

    http://pages.stern.nyu.edu/~adamodar/

    P.
     
  5. THAT will surely hold you back. :D
     
  6. Joab

    Joab

    Keep the suggestions coming please
     
  7. Business Analysis and Valuation; Palepu et al.

    Applied Equity Analysis: Stock Valuation Techniques for Wall Street Professionals (Irwin Library of Investment & Finance) by James English
     
  8. Fire Your Stock Analyst! Analyzing Stocks on Your Own
    by Harry Domash
     
    #10     Nov 20, 2007