Thursday, October 26, 2017

Money Show 2017 - Ryan Irvine 4

Ryan Irvine spoke in a Friday evening session on "Do it Yourself Stock Investment". Ryan Irvine is the President of Keystone. Part of this session had Aaron Dunn as the speaker. Their site is I went because Keystone has given good talks in past Money Shows. It was a long session so I have broken my report into four parts.

This last section is on how to deal with Hot Tips. These are the questions you should ask yourself and deal with.

Step 1: Does the company have sales or revenue? Have someone actually paid for their product? It is an investment if they have sales but just a concept if there are no sales.

Step 2: Is the company making any money. Just looking at these first two items can remove 70% of ventures stocks from a list you might buy.

Step 3: Do they have a weak or strong balance sheet? If they have debt do they have the means of paying it off besides issuing new shares?

Step 4: Is there a positive or negative outlook for growth? To find this information go to the company's Management and Discussion Analysis (MD&A).

Step 5: Does the company have a reasonable valuation? What is the Price/Earnings Ratio? Is the P/E Ratio great than the current market? (The current market P/E Ratio is 18.)

On my other blog I wrote yesterday about Medtronic Inc. (NYSE-MDT)... learn more. Next, I will write about Equitable Group Inc. (TSX-EQB, OTC-EQGPF)... learn more on Friday, October 27, 2017 around 5 pm.

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