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Computerized Investing > October 13, 2012

Stock Valuation and Analysis Spreadsheet

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by CI Staff

SmartStockResearch.com developed a free and easy-to-use stock valuation and analysis spreadsheet, which takes a company’s financial statements and restates them in an easy-to-understand format. The spreadsheet requires Excel 2007 or better to work properly; however, there is also an OpenOffice version of the spreadsheet.

After downloading and opening the spreadsheet, there will be directions on how to analyze a new stock using the spreadsheet on the Scorecard tab. The first step is to manually download a public company’s income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement from Morningstar.com; users will need a free Morningstar account to access this information. The statements must be downloaded from Morningstar.com because the spreadsheet relies on a consistent format.

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