Introduction to the income statement | Stocks and bonds | Finance & Capital Markets | Khan Academy

Introduction to the income statement | Stocks and bonds | Finance & Capital Markets | Khan Academy

30 thoughts on “Introduction to the income statement | Stocks and bonds | Finance & Capital Markets | Khan Academy

  1. plz correct me if I am wrong but ROA is net income divided by total assets not operating profit divided by total assets

  2. The feedback is unbearable for me to concentrate on the content. Untangle some wires, get a better mic, or fix in post.

  3. I thought about khan's academy while watching this video and saw channel name after it, omg it's khan's academy video ! awesome.

  4. Not trying to dis. This guy is amazing and I learn from him everyday. But just to put my .2 out there. ROA is Net income divided by Total Assets. Just for all the people to know, one must account for Continuing Operations and Non-Recurring events to get the total net income. The example above, though perfect for covering the basics, is assuming that the operating profit is the net income to get the ROA.

  5. Is there anything you can't explain? I wish I had such a broad knowledge of so many different topics.

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