37 Valuations lessons
Joe is the best at starting with explaining accounting concepts and building a solid foundation before diving into corporate finance exercises and eventually valuations. If you’re prepping for investment banking interviews I highly recommend tutoring with joe for a few months. He’ll definitely get you up to speed. Today we worked on bank overdrafts, bridge loans, and completed a few exercises on the CFA income statement exercises.
1 Valuations lesson
I consider myself proficient in Excel having expertise in creating budgets, forecasting, pricing models, valuations, and other ad hoc analysis in Excel. I know all about V/H Lookups, Matching, Sumproduct, Logic, Pivot Tables, Index, Charts, Graphs, Macros, What Ifs, and a variety of other functions. I can nearly get by on shortcuts rarely having to touch a mouse (ALT+M+D saves me!). Not to toot my own horn, but I create great value in my role with my Excel expertise.
3 Valuations lessons
Working on an MBA. We went over Black-Scholes Financial models, Binomial models along with non-constant growth stock valuations. Covering PV, FV, RATE, NPV, NORM.DIST, etc. Giving me the ability to understand the moving parts and build Excel spreadsheets for my Finance 701 class.