A friend recently asked me to teach him how to analyze financial statements, so we picked a random company that I had never looked at before - and I walked him through my usual process. We thought it would be cool to record the process and share it with others who might be interested to learn from it as well. Keep in mind that this isn’t for the pros, so if you consider yourself a pro you might find it boring.
The company in question is MR DIY (5296.KL) - a retail franchise that had just listed in Oct 2020, and whose business has apparently been growing like a weed. The analysis is split into two parts:
Be sure to click the BLUE numbers in the description box below (timestamps) to jump to Chapters, and turn on SUBTITLES for easier viewing.
Best viewed in HD video quality on large Desktop PC screens, rather than small Mobile Device screens.
Also, apologies for the super-loud keyboard clicks. Don't worry, it's not like that across the entire video, and I'll move my mic to a more suitable place next time. I’ve also just discovered how to reduce background static noise immediately after recording this video, so the next video should be more pleasant.
1) MR DIY financial reports - https://www.malaysiastock.biz/Corporate-Infomation.aspx?securityCode=5296
2) MR DIY Investor Relations page - https://www.mrdiy.com/page/278/Overview/
3) Understanding SSSG ( Part 1) - https://hurricanecapital.wordpress.com/2016/03/26/consumer-services-a-look-at-retail-part-i/
4) Understanding SSSG (Part 2) - https://hurricanecapital.wordpress.com/2016/03/27/retail-part-ii-edward-s-lampert-on-same-store-sales/