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Basics of Stock Investing

Income Statement

In our last unit, we learned that fundamental analysis entails three primary financial statements- income statement, balance sheet & cash flow statement. So in this unit, let's begin with the income statement. 


The Income Statement shows the financial performance of a firm over a specific accounting period. Financial performance is assessed by giving a revenue and expenses breakup through both operating and non-operating activities.


The income statement is a document important to managers, investors and other stakeholders alike as it contains vital information about the company. The income statement denotes whether a company has incurred profits or losses over a given time period.

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The different components of an Income Statement are: - 


  • Revenue
  • Other Income
  • Expenses
  • Net Profit

A sample Income statement of XYZ Company:


Click here to see the income statement of a company.

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