Investment analysis falls into two broad categories: fundamental analysis and technical analysis.
Fundamental analysis looks at the underlying financial characteristics of a firm to determine whether or not it is a good investment. It considers the broad macroeconomic conditions that are acting on the company’s business, the competitive landscape in its sector and industry and the individual company’s financials to try to estimate the stock’s fair value.
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