The Complete & Practical Financial Modeling Course

Best & Practical Financial Modeling Course for Finance Students, Investors, Aspiring & Advanced Financial Analysts


What you’ll learn

  • Accounting Basics.
  • Financial Statement Flows.
  • Income Statement & Income Statement Projections.
  • Cash Flow Statement & Cash Flow Statement Projections.
  • Projecting Depreciation.
  • Projecting Operating Working Capital.
  • Balance Sheet & Balance Sheet Projections.
  • Debt Schedule.
  • Reading Financial Statements.
  • Linking The Three Financial Statements.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 1 lecture • 2min.
  • Income Statement –> 6 lectures • 44min.
  • Cash Flow Statement –> 12 lectures • 1hr 29min.
  • Balance Sheet –> 3 lectures • 15min.
  • Debt Schedule –> 7 lectures • 58min.

The Complete & Practical Financial Modeling Course



The course is designed to cover the best industry and practical financial modeling skills. The skills and financial techniques covered in this course are used by Wall Street Analysts.

The course is designed to cover the needs of both aspiring and advanced private equity analysts, investment bankers, and financial analysts.

In this course, you will step into the role of a financial analyst and value an American multinational retail corporation based on its recent financial statements. So, this is a real world example.

Topics Covered:

  • Income Statement
  • Cash Flow Statement
  • Balance Sheet
  • Depreciation Schedule
  • Working Capital Schedule
  • Debt Schedule

In the first part of the course, we will look at the historical income statement and use some advanced techniques to project the income statement. You will also learn how to apply those techniques in your own financial models and analyses.

In the second part of the course, we will look at basic accounting concepts to help you understand the link between the income statement, cash flow statement, and the balance sheet. We will also look at the historical cash flow statement, and how to project depreciation, changes in operating working capital items, CAPEX, dividends, and share repurchases.

In the third part of the course, we will look at the historical balance sheet. We will use the cash flow statement to project the balance sheet and once our balance sheet balances we will proceed to project debt, interest expense and interest income.

The assumptions we have used in the course are not 100% accurate and are debatable. And we welcome the debate. However, the goal is to help you understand and grasp the techniques and the logic behind constructing a sound financial model so that you can use them in your own models and analyses.

The course is easy and will also teach you how to read financial statements of companies like a pro! The investment you make in this course will be worth it. There is no prior knowledge or experience required to take this course. Your hunger to learn is only required.




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