Outro

Outro

Congratulations for finishing the Invezz stock investing course. Now you have a solid foundation in how to invest in stocks, check out our other courses on stock trading.
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Written by: Harry Atkins
March 15, 2020
Updated: February 24, 2021
In this lesson

You’ve just read every lesson in our Stock Investing course… hats off to you!

By finishing this course, your investing knowledge has grown significantly. In addition to the beginner’s lessons you learned in our Stock Markets 101 course, you’ve progressed to become fluent in breaking down key company financials. By knowing what to look for when it comes to key traits such as earnings growth, revenue growth, return on equity, cash flow, and EBITDA, you can pair that fundamental expertise with chart-reading skills to understand all that goes into making a winning stock.

I. So, what’s next?

If you’re ready to dig deep into technical analysis and mastering the art of timing stock buys, check out our next course, Stock Trading. If you want to digest a bit first, go back through the lessons learned in our Stock Investing course to make sure you fully grasp the concepts you’ve just covered.

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