Fundamental Equity Research
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Fundamental Analysis is a study of factors (company specific and external environment) that affect the value of stock. It is the study of a security from a perspective of analyzing and comparing basic financial data about the security. Fundamental Analysis will look at the balance sheet, profit & loss statement, cash flows, products and services of the company, its market share, the management quality, its performance versus its peers etc.
You do not have to be a financial wizard to understand all the above as much of the information required is already analyzed and made available on the internet. You just have to interpret the given information correctly.
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- To understand the concept which stock, commodity or currency to buy/sell.
- Concept of delivery trades.
- Highly productive for long term investors.
- Generate Income from stock market, commodity market, Forex market trades.
- Help you understand the market makers and movers.
- Help you understand the concept of price manipulation.
- Understand the concept of economy.
- Understand the concept of Company Book of accounts.
- To create professionals who can predict the movement of the stocks.
- Preparation of NCFM Fundamental Analysis Examination.
DETAILED COURSE OUTLINE
What is fundamental analysis?
- Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH)
- Arguments against EMH Steps in Fundamental Analysis Macro Economy Analysis Micro Economy Analysis Market Forces- Demand & Supply Industry Reports & Analysis Economic Cycle Concept of "Time value of Money"
- Interest Rates and Discount Factors
- Opportunity Cost
- Risk-free Rate
- Equity Risk Premium
- The Concept Beta
- Risk Adjusted Return (Sharpe Ratio) Elementary Statistical Concepts
- Geometric Mean
- Return and Risk
Why is fundamental analysis relevant for investing?
- Standard Deviation of Return
- Co-efficient of variation Covariance
- Correlation Coefficient
- Normal Distribution
- Relationship between Return and Risk
- Return and Risk of a portfolio Company Analysis Understanding Financial Statements
- Balance Sheet
- Profit and Loss Account
- Comparative Financial Statements
- Common Size Statements
- Ratio Analysis Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) Model Dividend Discount Model (DDM) CAPM – Capital Asset pricing Model Trading Psychology Report Writing