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New Video: How to Read a Cash Flow Statement

We just released our latest short video, “How to Read a Cash Flow Statement”. This video is part of a series that cover the basics of understanding financial documents from a quantitative finance perspective. In this video, Arthur Santry covers the general layout and purpose of a cash flow statement, what information can be found in a Cash Flow Statement, and how they can be useful on Quantopian. He also walks us through the FactSet Fundamentals dataset and where you can find cash flow information within it.

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