Stock Investing ABCs: How to Read an Annual Report
by John Deysher
But many individual investors are in the other camp, dreading the arrival of all those annual reports that can easily crowd your mailbox. Who needs it? you may ask.
In this article
- First Impressions
- Letter to Shareholders
- Selected Financial Data
- Key Balance Sheet Items
- Management Discussion & Analysis
- Notes to the Financial Statements
- Report of Independent Auditors
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Well, YOU DO—if youre thinking of investing your hard-earned money in the equity or debt of a particular company.
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