Fundamental analysis

Fundamental analysis involves the use of all available information to derive the value of a company’s securities for investment purposes. This examination tells an investor whether a security should be bought, sold, or retained. Fundamental analysis can involve a broad range of information, including historical financial performance, financial structure, changes in company management, industry trends, and changes in the overall economy. The exact model used, and the weighting of different factors in the model will vary by investor.

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