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Fundamental Analysis

A method of predicting the behavior of a company's stocks by looking at fundamental information about the company such as financial health, sales and earnings figures, and dividends.

Fundamental Analysis is the means by which the investor can research the financial information that determines the strength or weakness of a company.

Security analysis that seeks to detect mis-valued securities through an analysis of a firm’s business prospects, focusing on earnings, dividend prospects, expectations for future interest rates, and risk evaluation of the firm.

Additional Comments:

There are several basic fundamental indicators that should always be considered before purchasing a stock.

Analysis of economic and political information with the objective of determining future movements in a financial market.

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Earnings Per Share Progression
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