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“ASimpleModel is a wonderful companion resource for the MBA-level elective courses that I teach. The site makes financial modeling approachable without sacrificing any of the rigor necessary for advanced modeling and analysis.”
Omeed Selbe, Adjunct Professor, USC Marshall School of Business
“Again really can't express how wonderful ASimpleModel is - very helpful for us internally to help train those inexperienced with modeling.”
Michael Hirschfeld, Private Equity Associate, Prophet Equity
“I LOVE the website. For the year-end project, I am going to use [ASimpleModel] focusing on Integrating Financial Statements. I have 85 students this semester, should be interesting”
Scott Wheeler, CFO of Daseke Inc., Adjunct Professor of Finance at Texas A&M University
ASM recommends getting started with the Introduction to Financial Statements, and then progressing to Integrating Financial Statements. Build a strong foundation with these two series before moving on to more advanced content.
This series introduces the three primary financial statements with clear visuals in the context of building a financial model. Even if you have had some exposure to financial statements previously, this is a good place to start.
As it relates to financial modeling, a thorough understanding of how the financial statements are integrated is possibly the most important thing you can learn. This series will take you through this process using multiple examples and exercises.
Building a DCF model introduces some of the most critical aspects of finance. Even if you do not intend to follow a career path that requires this skill set, the lessons learned will prove valuable in any aspect of your life where time and money are important.
The LBO model is often viewed as extraordinarily complex. This video series breaks it down to demonstrate that an LBO model is little more than an integrated financial statement model with some adjustments made the balance sheet.
This series is a live entrepreneurial experiment showcasing the business model behind ASimpleModel.com. We will publish results until the website turns cash flow positive.
For the Excel novice. This video series attempts to get a new Excel user up to speed as quickly as possible. The content is littered with Peter Lynch’s favorite Excel tricks.
We believe that financial literacy is paramount, which is why we want to keep as much material free and easily accessible as possible. We also want to continue to develop the best resource available, and ensure that the website will remain in place forever. To support this endeavor and abide by our ethos, ASM charges primarily for testing and maintains enough free content to adequately introduce the subject to new users. Membership provides the ability to monitor your progress and share your results with the world.
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Financial modeling does not take place exclusively in Excel. It is a
unique skill that hones the ability to make complex financial matters
simple by identifying what is actually important.
The skill set can help you visualize the variables that create or
consume cash in a company, or help you decide between investment
opportunities. You may never build a discounted cash flow model in
your life, but understanding how money loses value over time will help
you create value in the long run.
Just noticed you. You should model. And yes, of course I mean financially.