Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Learn how to build financial models in Excel from scratch.
You need to understand the key concepts in Finance
You need to understand the relevant features & techniques in EXCEL
You need to be able to put those together in practice.
You're reading this because you have an interest in learning Financial Modeling.
We did too many years ago.
But when we were learning, we wasted a lot of time and effort learning useless and unnecessary things.
It didn't have to be as painful and time consuming as it was.
And that's why we created this course. So you can avoid making the mistakes that we made and learn financial modeling fast with no wasted effort.
You don't have to learn everything about Finance or EXCEL to become proficient at financial modeling.
You just need to know the RIGHT concepts and the RIGHT tools in each to get started.
Who are you learning from?
Two experienced financial analysts with a collective two decades of finance experience across multiple industries.
We've gone through it. We know what is actually useful and needed in the work environment.
We'll go over the concepts but we'll show you how to actually do real financial modeling.
You won't be learning a bunch of random financial concepts or a collection of random Excel features and then be expected to put them together on your own.
We'll only go over what you need and then show you how to put them all together in practice.
What if I don't have any finance or Excel background?
No worries! This is an introductory course and it assumes ZERO prior knowledge or experience. It is condensed because we've curated only the most relevant and useful topics to get you going fast.
What will I be able to do after I take your course?
After taking our course, you will be:
Able to confidently speak to key finance, accounting, and modeling concepts
Able to use over a dozen of the most useful Excel features & techniques
Able to construct THREE distinct financial models from SCRATCH
Why lemonade stand example?
Because learning Excel or Finance on its own is tough enough but learning them at the same time is challenging. To muddle that with requiring you to learn an arbitrary business model will just distract from your learning.
But, even with a simple business model such as a lemonade stand, you'll be surprised by how complex and sophisticated the analysis could become.