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Fundamental Analysis (FA)

A type of financial analysis which looks at relevant economic and financial elements to calculate the intrinsic value of a security. An investment's intrinsic value is determined by the financial health of the issuing company, as well as the general market and economic climate. Fundamental analysts look at all potential influences on a security's value, including microeconomic elements, like managerial efficiency, and macroeconomic factors, like the status of the economy and market circumstances. The ultimate objective is to arrive at a figure that an investor can use to gauge whether an asset is being undervalued or overvalued by other investors when compared with its present price.

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