VMC: Learn Practical Skills In ValuationGuest Post
This post was originally published on December 7th, 2018 here.
Valuation Master Class Live is the leading valuation training workshop for aspiring students and young professionals.
Prior attendees say they gained four key things:
- First, they learned PRACTICAL skills for equity valuation, because we focus on real valuations, not theory.
- Second, they gained CONFIDENCE in their valuations, because they learned the mistakes to avoid.
- Third, they increased their PRODUCTIVITY, by using my valuation model and applying my tips and tricks.
- Fourth, they learned how to become a valuation expert and make a bigger IMPACT, after learning what really matters in valuation.
Let’s talk about point number one: You will learn practical skills for equity valuation.
Most people read textbooks or attend university lectures to understand valuation theory, but the reality is that actual valuation work is very, very different from theory.
Many people think “well I’ll just learn valuation on the job.” WRONG. The reality is that most analysts do NOT get enough of the practical experience they need to perform well.
Consider my case; I only valued about 8 REAL companies in my FIRST THREE YEARS as an analyst! I only valued 8 REAL companies in my FIRST THREE YEARS as an analyst! And I had to make recommendations that affected both my company and my own career! Crazy.
We overcome this problem in the Valuation Master Class by teaching PRACTICAL skills in equity valuation. I built this whole workshop around the valuation of REAL companies. You learn real-life valuation first; theory second; and that is what makes it so practical.
One of my prior students, Wafi Wahab, said: “The Valuation Master Class Live helped me to overcome the huge barrier of confidently valuing any company without hesitation.”
PRACTICE makes perfect! Take this free, short course to learn the four things you need to become a successful analyst.
The four things you will learn about from the 4 Steps to Become a Valuation Master: PRACTICAL experience, CONFIDENCE in your valuation, PRODUCTIVITY in your work, and IMPACT with your conclusions.
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