Despite what many investors of new-age tech companies believe, it is crucial for a company to make profits. In this ebook, we help you understand how to read the most important financial statement so that you can differentiate between profitable and loss-making companies.
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Since the balance sheet brings a critical perspective to investors, it is important to understand this financial statement inside-out. Read this ebook to understand more about the fundamental balance that has to be maintained between the quantum of money that a company owns and owes.