As it is a self-paced online course with over 60 bite-sized videos, you can take as fast as 1 week to 1 month to complete it depending on your rate of learning.
Modules 1, 2 & 3 dive deep into quantitative analysis.
In these three modules, you’ll learn how to decode the financial jargon investors use and discover the true finances of a company, especially what sets a Superstock apart from others. You’ll also learn the most important numbers and how to find them, and we will be teaching you how to piece these numbers together to tell you a story that can't be seen by normal investors.
You’ll be able to quickly filter out underperforming companies and focus on high-quality ones.
Module 4, 5, 6 & 7 focuses on the qualitative aspect of a business.
While understanding the financial reports of a business is extremely important, these reports show us the past performance of the company. It does not necessarily indicate the future performance of a company.
Therefore, to get a complete picture of a company’s potential to grow, we also have to understand the qualitative aspects. Modules 4, 5, 6 & 7 teaches you how to examine the business model of a company with our PACS framework. This allows you to get a grasp of how they are generating revenue, and if it is possible for them to continue to grow their share price over the next few years.
Module 8 teaches you how to evaluate the management of a company.
When we invest in a company, we are ultimately investing in the people in charge of the company. Therefore, we need a way to measure their competence by using the GASP framework. Most investing courses online do not cover this topic well. By learning to evaluate what the management says and does, you’ll know if the company is well managed and likely to grow sustainably.
Module 9 covers when is the right time to buy or sell a business.
We'll be taking our combined knowledge of over 20 years (of our whole team of Full-Time Investors) and distill it down to the most important principles that you need to know when it comes to buying or selling a business.