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While fundamental analysis may not be the only form of analysis used, many investors make use of at least some fundamental analysis before making...
The trick for anyone using the value investing stock strategy is to find the true value of the company as opposed to its "market value." A number of...
Value investing is a very popular stock strategy where investors seek out companies that they believe have the ability to...
It is difficult, if not impossible, to put an accurate value on intellectual property, developing technology, and any knowledge based asset....
It is easier for smaller companies to have significant growth spurts than larger ones. The reason for this is tied to the basic principles of supply...
Tags: CANSLIM, growth, gains
The current outlook of the market plays a key factor in how news releases will affect exchange rates. If the U.S. economy was in a recession and the...
A buyback is a corporation's repurchase of stocks or bonds that it has previously issued. In the case of stocks, this reduces the number of shares...
Tags: buybacks
Technical analysis does not look at the management team, market, or any other subjective matter. Instead, this method of analysis tends to...
GARP (Growth at Reasonable Price) investors look for a lower P/B ratio as that tends to indicate greater value. Companies with a P/B ratio that is...
The value investor is looking for the best deal: a company with sound fundamentals but, trading below its "true value" for some reason. The market...
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