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Monte Carlo simulation

Another important tool at our disposal, that again intertwines with the previous methods discussed, is a Monte Carlo simulation. A Monte Carlo simulation is a computer-based method of analysis that …

What-if analysis

Another common method of trying to understand uncertainty is what is known as a ‘what-if’ analysis, or scenario analysis. This is slightly different from a sensitivity analysis, although the premise …

Sensitivity analysis

Risk and uncertainty are two important concepts in business and financial analysis. When conducting an analysis, or making a decision, there is a certain level of risk and uncertainty that …

Regression analysis

Regression analysis can be a scary word, typically associated with lots of statistical jargon and complex looking formulas; however, it really does not need to be. It is an extremely …

What are financial statements?

Before we delve deeper into the week, let us start with recapping the core financial statements that you need to know about. Watch the video to learn more about financial …

Review the horizontal, vertical, and ratio analysis

There are various types of financial analysis: Vertical analysis Horizontal analysis Leverage analysis Ratio analysis (which includes liquidity analysis, profitability analysis etc) Sensitivity analysis What-if analysis. Each analysis has its …

What are financial statements?

Before we delve deeper into the week, let us start with recapping the core financial statements that you need to know about. Watch the video to learn more about financial …

What-if analysis

Another common method of trying to understand uncertainty is what is known as a ‘what-if’ analysis, or scenario analysis. This is slightly different from a sensitivity analysis, although the premise …

Monte Carlo simulation

Another important tool at our disposal, that again intertwines with the previous methods discussed, is a Monte Carlo simulation. A Monte Carlo simulation is a computer-based method of analysis that …

Regression analysis

Regression analysis can be a scary word, typically associated with lots of statistical jargon and complex looking formulas; however, it really does not need to be. It is an extremely …

Sensitivity analysis

Risk and uncertainty are two important concepts in business and financial analysis. When conducting an analysis, or making a decision, there is a certain level of risk and uncertainty that …

Types of Financial Analysis

There are various types of financial analysis: Vertical analysis Horizontal analysis Leverage analysis Ratio analysis (which includes liquidity analysis, profitability analysis, etc) Sensitivity analysis What-if analysis. Each analysis has its …