Fundamental Analysis

  1. Event-Driven Equity – Hedge Fund Crowding Overshadows

    Learn why selling pressure from several large hedge funds has led to meaningful underperformance ...
  2. Commodities Relative Value

    In this special report, we take a close look at the hedge fund segment, considering ...
  3. Stay Defensive with Your Summer Portfolio

    With odds of a rate hike increasing, and an election in November, investors should ...
  4. 4 Reasons Why Selling Is Harder Than Buying

    Understand why selling stocks is harder than buying them, and develop strategies ...
  5. Chart of the Week: Is Deflation Dead?

    U.S. deflation is no longer an imminent risk. This week’s chart helps illustrate ...
  6. Why Large Tech Companies Are Interested in Wall ...

    Watch for more large-cap technology companies to recruit investment banking executives ...
  1. Stay Defensive with Your Summer Portfolio

    With odds of a rate hike increasing, and an election in November, investors should ...
  2. 4 Reasons Why Selling Is Harder Than Buying

    Understand why selling stocks is harder than buying them, and develop strategies ...
  3. Why Large Tech Companies Are Interested in Wall ...

    Watch for more large-cap technology companies to recruit investment banking executives ...
  4. 4 Reasons Why Einhorn Does Not Invest in Indexes

    Find out why David Einhorn, founder of the hedge fund Greenlight Capital, does not ...
  5. Breaking Down XBI: 3 Components That Are Most ...

    Explore stocks from the SPDR S&P Biotech ETF, with consideration given to fundamentals ...
  6. 2 Cases When Companies with Low P/E Ratios Are ...

    Discover why you should ascertain why a stock has a lower price/earnings ratio than ...
  1. Netflix: Porter's 5 Forces Analysis

    Even though Netflix is a well established company, there is always a threat from ...
  2. Apple: Porter's 5 Forces Analysis

    Even though Apple is a well established company, there is always a threat from competitive ...
  3. Starbucks - Porter's 5 Forces

    Even though Starbucks is a well established company, there is always a threat from ...
  4. Google: Porter's 5 Forces Analysis

    Use the Porter five forces analysis method to review Google's position as the world's ...
  1. When does a growth stock turn into a value opportunity?

    Learn how fundamental analysts use valuation measures, such as the price-to-earnings ratio, to identify when a growth stock ...
  2. What is the formula for calculating EBITDA?

    Learn about EBITDA and how companies can manipulate this calculation to look more profitable.
  3. How do I calculate the P/E ratio of a company?

    Find out how to calculate this common valuation ratio and what the results can tell you about a company's performance.
  4. How do you calculate return on equity (ROE)?

    Return on equity (ROE) is a ratio that provides investors insight into how efficiently a company (or more specifically, its ...
  1. 6 Ways To Recession-Proof Your Financial Job

    In uncertain times we all need some job security. Check out these 6 tips to recession-proof ...
  2. 5 Tips For Reading A Balance Sheet

    The balance sheet, along with the income and cash flow statements, is an important ...
  3. Baby Buffett Portfolio: His 6 Best Long-Term ...

    Find out which stocks one of the world's best investor is putting his faith in.
  4. 8 Signs Of A Doomed Stock

    Companies provide distress signals long before they go under. Find out how to read ...
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