Fundamental analysis is the one-month NCFM certification program. There are 2 ways to analyze a stock market (Technical Analysis and Fundamental Analysis) Technical analysis is used for intraday trading and swing trading but Fundamental analysis is used for Totally Investment Purpose. At SMTA Institute, we have designed our Fundamental Analysis Course in a very simple way in which students before investing in any company like the financial condition of that company Cash flow and fund flow statement, P&L account statement, balance sheet, PE Ratio, etc. can be understood in a very simple way. And you can make your investment decision a profit-making decision.
Both fundamental analysis or technical analysis is done to valuation the analysis stocks where technical analysis is analyzed through charts and financial statements are looked at in fundamental analysis. The perspective of looking at both the analysis is also different, so it is very important for a beginner student to have knowledge of these before trading or investing.
Fundamental analysis is a way in which beginner student stocks are used to know the intrinsic value of a financial product commodity or currency market, and if you want to invest long or short in a company, then you have to see the financial statements of that company. The company’s economic, political, and even factors are followed and on its basis, you arrive at a specific conclusion. Fundamental analysis is a very good option to know the health of any company, it includes the income statement, balance sheet, the flow of overall management, how is the cash statement understandings of these levels are taken through documents and all these things Keeping in mind, the base of the investment becomes strong for a long time, there are some elements which are very important to take care of Earning – how much money the company is making, what is revenue-source and how long they have been running new sources. You will know from their earnings what their growth potential is going to be.
Profit Margins – The company’s revenue is very high, but the expenses are also very high. So the profit will not be saved. otherwise, you have to remain alert, And how much profit the company is making quarterly and yearly, you must see it. Only then can students reach any discipline.
Return on Equity (ROE) – Return on equity is another channel With which you can also major the efficiency of the company. (ROE) is also considered important Because it also keeps an eye on many other factors like leverage, profits, margins, revenue, and returning value the stage shareholders.
Price to Book Ratio (PBR) – This ratio compares the value of the stock market with the book value of the stock market. Example- If a company becomes bankrupt, then what price does the company have now with Book Ratio (PBR)? That can be detected.
Price to Earnings Ratio (PER) – (PER) is a very important tool. Which compares you to current market size the price of the company, With earning per share (EPS), it gives a better idea to an investor to get the valuation of the company
Fundamental Analysis, Tools of Fundamental Analysis, Why is Fundamental Analysis relevant for investment, Weak and Semi-strong form EMH, The Behavioral Aspect and Regulatory Hindrances.
Macroeconomic and Financial analysis, economic indicator, significance of GDP and inflation, impact of credit policy on india economy, green field investment, types of FDI, US factors, swot analysis, market structure of an industry, types of competitive forces.
Promoters and management cyclical stock, public sector undertakings (PSU Stocks), management and investor rewards, uses of ratios, classification of ration analysis, operating ratio or profit and losses, functional classified, turnover and activity ratio, primary and secondary ratios, overview of debt, limitations of ratio analysis, Cash conversion cycle.
Interest rate and time, future and present value of an annuity, types of interest rate and discount factor, discount cash flows model (DCF), free cash flow to equity (FCFE), net interest margin (NIM), capita adequacy ratio (CAR), (CAPM) the capital asset pricing Model, the value of the operations, advantages and disadvantages of relative valuation.
Valuation of firms, consolidated balance sheets, capital market and financial, debt & liquidity analysis, types of structure, valuation on consensus estimates