Stock Analysis Spreadsheet: Request for feedback & beta testing

Dear reader, I write this to make two requests: (a) help beta test an Excel sheet that automatically downloads standalone or consolidated financials data (in new format or old) from MoneyControl, and (b) provide your feedback on how to improve the freefincal stock analysis spreadsheet.

MoneyControl Financials Downloader


The aim behind making this sheet is to integrate it with the stock analyzer and derive valuation inputs from it. However, before doing that it would be great if a few users can test the sheet with your fav. stocks and check if it is working fine.

There may be cases instances be instances where financial data (or just consolidate data) is not available at MoneyCOntrol. In such cases, not much can be done.

If the data is present at the website (a link is auto-generated to check this) but is not being downloaded, it is a red flag. If some stocks are missing, it is a red flag.  I would greatly appreciate if a few of you can test the sheet this weekend.

Please send me an email: freefincal [at] to get the download link. Thank you.

Please note: freefincal sheets are free for personal or professional use*, but no part of any sheet can be used in a commercial product.

*  sheet inputs can be used for financial advise or professional portfolio management.

Stock Analysis Spreadsheet

The freefincal stock analysis spreadsheet has evolved to its 9th version. I would like the stock investing community to help me improve it in two ways

a) suggest new features

b) suggest ways in the information from the sheet can be presented in a better and easy-to-understand way.

Current features of the sheet:

The automated stock analysis sheet

  • pulls financials from morningstar and analyzes them
  • pulls adjusted stock price history from money control, and
  • calculates intrinsic value six different ways!

It also pulls annual (standalone/consolidated) and quarterly financials from Value Research online.

Valuation models available:

1) Price Multiple Model

2) Sustainable Growth Rate

3) Book Value Growth Rate (Buffett’s approach to valuation)

4) Discounted Cash FlowOpens in a new windowOpens in a new window (DCF) 

5) Reverse DCF Valuation

6) Graham formula  and Graham number

7)  Piotroski Score for the last 9 financial yearsOpens in a new window

8) Earnings Growth Estimate

Download : Automated Stock Analysis V9

You can also check out more stock analysis tools, including a stock screener.

Look forward to your support and feedback.

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5 thoughts on “Stock Analysis Spreadsheet: Request for feedback & beta testing

  1. Pabande

    Once again a nice spreadsheet revision. Its requires quite a good amount of time and effort for stock selection and taking profit out of it. I would like to have your openion on PMS vs-a-vis MF in India. If you can share few worth pms like fee only investment consultants that will also very helpful.

    1. freefincal

      Taxation is an issue with PMS where STCG has to paid upon churning unlike mutual funds which are taxed only redemption. I do not know any pms like fee-only guys.

  2. Kunal

    Most of the time, I found that moneycotrol data does not match with figures mentioned in annual report.

    I suggest for other reliable source to pull the data.


    I have tried the analysis for Apollo Hospitals and Rane Madras.
    The data from Morning Star and Money Control is not getting uploaded, ( the VR data alone gets updated.) I have even pasted the relevant url from the money control website , the stock prices doesn't get updated


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