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Financial Modeling

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Financial modeling is truly an art form. The ability to represent a business or financial idea in a way that closely mimics reality is an incredible skill to have.

Many people claim to be proficient at using spreadsheets, but that does not necessarily make them great financial modelers. Just because someone can use a word processing program does not mean they can write great novels.

Becoming better at building financial models requires the same approach as becoming a better writer. You have to develop a broad vocabulary of functions, you have to practice building a variety of financial models and you have to think creatively.

The articles in this topic are designed to help you develop your financial modeling skills.

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