Financial Statements Video

In this video tutorial I explain how to create financial statements. I use an example business and walk you though how balance sheets and income statements are effected by business transactions. I also go over and explain the following: Assets Equity Liabilities Accounts Receivable Notes Payable Accounts...

Service Business Financial Statements

Kara wrote in and asked me to further explain the difference between a service business’s financial statements and that of a product business. I’ll provide another example that should make it more understandable. Definitely check out my previous tutorial before reading this. It is available here...

The Balance Sheet Pt 2

In this article I’m going to continue explaining how to use balance sheets. If you missed my previous tutorial check it out here The Balance Sheet. Before I begin I received a request to better explain the difference between Accounts Payable and Notes Payable. Accounts Payable: Short term loans that...

The Balance Sheet

Anne wrote in and asked, “Can you to a tutorial on the balance sheet and the other financial statements. Is there a simple way to explain Financial Statements?” Financial statements aren’t really that complicated in their basic forms. I’ll focus on explaining the balance sheet, with a...

Real Estate Investing

People ask me all of time for statistics on real estate so I’m going to lay out everything I have in this article. I have pretty much anything you could ever want on all 50 states except New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont and Wyoming. These state’s provide very...

Stock Market Explained Video Series

Here I provide you with my newest 3 video’s on investing. I cover specificially: What Derivative’s & Swap’s Are Why I Think Buy & Hold Investing is Dead How Professional’s Invest in The Market In the video’s I give a brief history on the Dow Jone’s Industrial...

Don’t Buy Stock if you Don’t Think

In the previous article, I spoke on how I believe buy and hold investing is no longer going to provide a good return on investment. In reality, it never has apart from the dramatic ride the market took from 1982 to 1999. The stock market historically pays an interest rate of 3.73%. If you don’t believe...

The Stock Market is Dead

I want to start this article, by explaining what I mean by dead. The stock market is no longer what it was. Long term investing is dead. By and hold are dead. It is my opinion, that only a very sophisticated investor can make money in the market now. The problem is that brokerage house’s keep telling...

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