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Balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement. How to read business reports.

By Dimitrios Gourtzilidis on The Capital

Accounting is the language of business. Every company in the world, no matter the size, form, or any other attribute, needs to create, either for tax purposes or for internal control purposes, a number of financial statements. By examining them we can create the company’s macro and micro picture. Needless to say that by having this kind of financial literacy we could prevent crises like the 2008 crisis since Lehman…




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Dimitrios Gourtzilidis

Dimitrios Gourtzilidis

I write about trading the markets and finance in general.

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