Stock Drawdown

What is a drawdown? A drawdown (usually understood as maximum stock drawdown) is an indicator of downside risk over a specified period of time. It is both highly useful when analyzing a potential investment and also easy to understand for professionals and non-professionals alike. A drawdown is defined as a peak-to-trough decline over a specified … Read more Stock Drawdown

Fundamental Analysis of Stocks with MarketXLS

Fundamental analysis of stocks is the key method of determining a stock’s real or “fair market” value. Fundamental analysts search for stocks that are currently trading at prices that are higher or lower than their real value. With the MarketXLS add-in, you will be able to create highly flexible templates for the analysis of companies … Read more Fundamental Analysis of Stocks with MarketXLS

Mutual Funds Prices in Excel (With MarketXLS Addin)

The United States enjoy a massive mutual fund base. The availability of so many mutual fund investment opportunities, however, comes with the challenge of proper market analysis. Considering that past performances are no longer an indicator of improved dividends and capital gains in the future, mutual fund investors need to base their analysis on the … Read more Mutual Funds Prices in Excel (With MarketXLS Addin)

How to Build an Understanding of Real Estate Stocks

How to Build an Understanding of Real Estate Stocks The first step to understanding real estate stocks is to try not to be intimidated by all the information you’ll find offline and online. Here on MarketXLS we believe that intimidating financial concepts like cryptocurrency and real estate stocks, while inherently complex, are actually not that … Read more How to Build an Understanding of Real Estate Stocks

High Yield Dividend Stocks

High Yield Dividend Stocks Searching for High Yield dividend stocks has never been easier with MarketXLS.com. Current market volatility, has driven investors to search for alternative choices. High yield dividend stocks can help provide valuable income in a down market or cover normal expenses during retirement. Additional benefits come from the compounding effect of monthly … Read more High Yield Dividend Stocks