Fundamental analysis is a term widely used in financial literature and discussion and it involves analyzing a particular business based on its financial statements and certain other parameters. These parameters generally include analysis of the management of the or company, the competitive advantages and the edge enjoyed by the company, analysis about its competitors and markets in which the company operates. Fundamental analysis is generally used independently of technical analysis though sometimes both systems may be used to arrive at an investment decision.

An individual investor or a corporate investor may use Fundamental analysis under almost all types of Investment Theories and Investment Strategies. However, Fundamental analysis is particularly useful when one or more of the following styles of investments are being followed:


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