If you’re one of the lucky ones, you’ve made it past 6th grade, where you probably learned about the scientific method for the first time. You probably had to apply the scientific method while dissecting some little animal (who, by the way, had it coming) and you would make sure you went through all the […]
Author: Nicholas Colletta
Since I covered a decent portion of the assets on the balance sheet in the previous two articles, we’re going to go to liabilities. Liabilities, just like assets, are broken into two sections: noncurrent (long-term) and current (short-term). Today, we’re covering a little bit of each, which include short-term debt, accounts payable and long-term debt. […]
In my previous article, I teased you with two items from the balance sheet and how to interpret them (darn 1200-word limit). It’s okay though because I am back to teach more about the balance sheet and how to interpret it (I know, such a relief). Well, no words to waste today, only stick around […]
If you are like me, then doing your own proprietary research to formulate your own ideas sounds fun to you. If that sounds as far away from the real you as can be, then you’re probably similar to the majority of humans on this planet (must be nice). However, being different from the majority definitely […]
There are few scarier times in life than the moment you break away from societal norms to become your own person. Whether it is voicing your opinion to a group full of people who strongly disagree or it’s pursuing an idea that nobody else believes in. Doing these types of things are, in my humble opinion, […]
There are twin brothers in the equity investment world. One is the well-respected brother that has always succeeded when he puts his mind to things, and of course, his name is Chad. He got into an Ivy League school because of a perfect GPA in high school. He wants to become a neurosurgeon and cure […]
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