Research Reports

Research Team

Our research team compiles a detailed technical and fundamental analysis of the companies that you care about. In addition to the individual company analysis, a macro view of the entire stock market as a whole is compiled. We do the legwork so that you can have an objective view of thousands of publicly traded companies at your finger tips.

Technical Analysis:

A Study of Trading

Technical analysis of a company boils down to two factors: supply and demand. Studying these two factors will help determine the trend of a company moving forward. Analyzing a companies market activity, historical pricing, and volume help to identify patterns for possible future activity. Technical analysis is based on the assumption that history repeats itself because price moves in trends.

Fundamental Analysis:

Core Valuation in Motion

Fundamental analysis is one of the major components to valuing a company for a potential investment. This is a more traditional view on investing as opposed to technical analysis. Fundamental analysis can be broken down into two parts: quantitative analysis and qualitative analysis.

Quantitative analysis refers to looking at a company through their balance sheet, income statements, and cash flow statements. This is the numeric side to fundamental analysis and is measurable which allows investors to determine the companies financial health.

A company can be measured through many different metrics such as Earnings per share, P/E Ratio, Beta, etc. to help investors determine if the companies stock price is over or undervalued.

Qualitative analysis are not as measurable, although are important none the less. This covers a companies board members, the CEO, brand recognition, market sector, and technology.

These qualitative measures can affect the price of a stock through speculation. Understanding if these measures can have a positive or negative impact on the company is key to using this part of fundamental analysis to value a company.

Having a balance of both technical and fundamental analysis, without the daunting task of collecting all this information, provides our readers with both time and cost-savings, ultimately delivering more information to make an educated investment decision.

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