A fundamental analysis is all about getting an understanding of a company,
the health of its business and its future prospects.
It includes reading and analyzing annual reports and financial statements to get an understanding of the company’s comparative advantages, competitors and its market environment.
Why use fundamental analysis?
Fundamental analysis is built on the idea that the stock market may price a
company wrong from time to time.
Profits can be made by finding underpriced stocks and waiting for the market to adjust the valuation of the company.
By analyzing the financial reports from companies you will get an understanding of the value of different companies and understand
the pricing in the stock market. After analyzing these factors you have a better understanding of whether the price of the stock
is undervalued or overvalued at the current market price. Fundamental analysis can also be performed on
a sectors basis and in the economy as a whole.
Earning per share = net income /outstanding share ¬†¬† ¬† 100/10¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†EPS=10
Price earning = current stock price ./ Earning per share 500.10 pe=50
Debt equity ratio = debt/ equty
Return on equity = net income /share holder equity
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