Although you can learn a great deal from studying the past, you can only invest in the future. Furthermore, historical performance is functionally related to the growth a given company (stock) achieves. Consequently, if future growth changes dramatically (as it often does) that stands to reason that future performance will adjust accordingly. Simply stated, this suggests that historical valuation references may not apply to future results. As a result, forecasting future growth is essential to investment success.
The FAST Graphs, fundamentals analyzer software tool, provides subscribers numerous forecasting capabilities via our “Forecasting” section. There are three separate forecasting options as well as a fourth custom option that subscribers can utilize to create “what if” forecasting scenarios. With this video we will explain the many features of our “Forecasting” suite as well as how to properly utilize and interpret them.
Updated about 1 year ago