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Hello, how awesome of you to read my bio! I'm Nick, a 23 years old MBA student who learned his most valuable lessons outside of university. I have been investing since I was 13 (yeah, I still can't believe the amount of trust my parents must have had in me). After losing half of my money by randomly picking a company whose name sounded familiar, I decided that I needed a strategy. How were others earning money on the stock market?
It didn't took long before I came across Warren Buffett and his down to earth approach to investing: buying financially healthy companies at a discount price. I was hooked and have successfully implemented this strategy over the past few years. During those years I created several
spreadsheets to calculate all sorts of things, like the average P/E over the past ten years and intrinsic value estimates. However, they all required manual data input. Isn't there a way to automate this tiresome and error-prone process?
Well, it turned out there is! Google Spreadsheets offers functionality to grab data from websites and import it into a spreadsheet. So I combined all the spreadsheets I had and automated the import of financial data which it scraped from sites like Yahoo Finance and Google Finance. The result of these efforts can be found and downloaded at valuespreadsheet.com! This tool, which I originally created for myself, has helped me to quickly separate potential winner stocks from probable losers. It can do the same for you, so check it out!
Dividend stock ideas & income, Stocks - long, Tech stocks
Value Spreadsheet - 1-Click Stock Analysis
Some benefits of the Value Spreadsheet investment software:
- Analyze US Listed Stocks in One Click
- No Need For Manual Data Input
- 3 Automated Intrinsic Value Calculations
- Nothing To Install
- Complete Value Investing Toolkit
- Separate Potential Winners From Losers
- Make Better Investment Decisions
- Analyze Stocks On Your Mobile Devices
- For Experts and Novice Investors
Value Spreadsheet blog
My investment strategy is based on Benjamin Graham's value investing principles, so most of the articles on my blog are related to that school of thought. The blog is a way for me to spread and increase my investment knowledge. However, I also like to share fun stuff which is sometimes only marginally related
to investing. Enjoy!
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