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Financial Analysis & Modeling | Metal Sector

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Learn projections, financial modeling, forecasting and valuation techniques for Metal Sector
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3,275 students
Created by EDUCBA Bridging the Gap
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What you'll learn

  • Build P&L statements from a raw data extraction
  • Forecasting Financial Statement
  • Build valuation models from scratch
  • Learn many important Finance functions in Microsoft Excel
  • Knowledge of all the essential Excel formulas required for Financial Analysis
  • Use MS Excel to create and automate the calculation of Financial ratios
This course includes:
3 total hours on-demand video
0 articles
1 downloadable resources
27 lessons
Full lifetime access
Access on mobile and TV
Certificate of completion
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Course content

Requirements

  • Microsoft Excel 2010, 2013, 2016, 2020, or Microsoft Excel 365

Description

In this course, you will learn the financial modeling for Metal sector. We have taken the company Barrick Gold Corp for all forecasting and modeling purpose. A financial model is a versatile tool used across different areas of finance, such as Equity Research, Investment Banking, and Credit Research. We can create it for various scenarios, including:

  • Company valuation (using DCF valuation and Relative valuation)

  • IPO evaluation

  • M&A analysis (using an M&A Model)

  • Project evaluation (also known as project finance modeling)

  • Budgeting

  • Startup planning

  • Strategic decision-making and expansion.

Financial models are usually built by finance professionals specializing in different areas of finance, like investment banking, equity research, credit research, risk analysis, and portfolio management. Investment bankers and financial analysts use financial models to evaluate potential investments and determine the best course of action. Equity research analysts use financial models to evaluate the financial performance of companies and their stocks. Credit research analysts use financial models to assess companies’ creditworthiness and ability to repay debt. Risk analysts use financial models to assess the risk associated with investments and financial decisions. Investors and portfolio managers use financial models to decide which investments to include. Other finance professionals, such as CFOs (Chief Financial Officers), accountants, and financial consultants, also create financial models to support decision-making and planning.

Who this course is for:

  • Financial Analysts/ Managers who want to expand on the current set of skills
  • Graduates/Post Graduates/CA/CFA
  • Business and finance practitioners who are eager to improve their Excel and Financial Modeling skills
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