Spreadsheet Meccah

Tuesday, 20 September 2005

I was trawling the net for resources on building spreadsheets for credit analysis when I came across this link which yielded a slew of sample spreadsheets for all kinds of financial analysis. The great thing is that the author hasn't hidden the formulae, so I can actually learn how to calculate the relevent ratios etc.

Whee! 😀

2 Comments

#1Gravatar imageTopogigio says:

Cool! Any recommendations on which good Excel files to try out for a financial noob like me?

#2Gravatar imageMichelle says:

That depends on what you want to analyse. I think [this one](http://www.exinfm.com/excel%20files/tmvmoney.xls) is quite useful in helping one understand the concept of the ‘time value of money’ (TVM), which is very widely used in things like loan payments. You’ll need to google for the definition of TVM to read alongside the spreadsheet if you’re completely new to the topic though.

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