I think I’ve made the mistake of not putting enough “foundation knowledge” posts on this blog (and perhaps not appealing to a larger audience), so you’ve probably noticed that I’ve been experimenting with topics that have more mass appeal – like the posts on Price Vigilantes and Market Mavens for example. Along that vein, I decided to not only change the look of the blog, but also to change up the content slightly. I’m still going to post technical articles (such as the reverse dispersion equity collar), but I’m also going to include video blog entries (like the one on private equity) and starting today: Video Tutorials!
So without further ado, here is a video tutorial on how to look up a stock quote on the internet and further, how to interpret the basic data. I’m using Google Finance in this tutorial, but I’ll use many other tools in the future as well. (Feed and Email readers: click here if you cannot see the video)
I really would appreciate your feedback as I plan on incorporating video tutorials on this blog more heavily in the future, and would like to know how to make it as good an experience as possible for the great readers of this blog. So? What do you guys think?