Fundamental Analysis

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Fundamental Analysis Types

Fundamental Analysis uses both raw Fundamental Data and Fundamental Ratios to analyze a company's underlying economic performance.

Fundamental Data refers to the amounts contained in Company Reports required to be reported by regulatory authorities and exchange listing rules.

Fundamental Ratios are the result of mathematical calculations using one or more fundamental data types, and often also involving the market price of the company's common stock. The ratio's results can be expressed in a number of different ways, for example as a percentage, a multiple, etc.

Each of the Fundamental Analyses in ValueGain uses one or more different data type or ratio to calculate a hypothetical fair market price for the company's stock price.

There are nine Fundamental Analyses types, in three groupings:                        


Growth Investor                                                                                    

Income Investor

Within each type there are a number of different settings, often related to whether the results are for a long or a short market analysis.

Select from the links above, to go to its individual Help topic.

Detailed Information

When available, select the question mark icon butn_questionmark.gif before the analysis type's name to open a descriptive dialog box telling more about the process:

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