It's September, and it's Back-to-School time! People of all ages are heading to schoolhouses all over the world, lugging backpacks and -- we've even heard -- Palm Pilots. Investors are no different. Hungry to learn, they have another year of experience under their Fool caps and thirst to know more. We're only too happy to help.
We asked Fool writers to identify important concepts that beginning, intermediate, and advanced investors are eager to know. Our writers not only introduce the ideas, but also suggest books and Motley Fool articles for you to use to grasp the concepts in greater depth. From dollar cost averaging to return on invested capital, we've got extra credit for you.
Here are the key concepts our writers identified. We hope they stimulate and stretch your thinking, and that you enjoy investing even more.
- Free cash flow mojo
- Cash flow from operations and net income
- Return on assets, equity, and invested capital
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