Fundamental Analysis

In a very academic definition of fundamental analysis, we can say that it is assigning a value of an asset by analyzing macroeconomic factors. The aim of the fundamental analysis is to translate in quantity (the future price of the asset) the impact of macroeconomic events.

Unlike the technical analysis which is dedicated to find out the direction of the price movement, fundamental analysis aims to define the true value of the asset. Anyway, the asset can be overvalued, undervalued or correctly valued.

Components of Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental analysis is made up by 3 components:

✓ Overall Economy analysis
✓ Sector industry analysis
✓ Individual Company analysis

Fundamental analysis is quite a complex approach that asks for very good knowledge of accounting, finance, and economics. To be clear, fundamental analysis requires the ability to understand and interpret the numbers of financial statements, understanding the macroeconomic factors and knowledge of valuation techniques. It based its logic on public data, as for example the public historical data over profits, margins and this way it is able to project the future growth.

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Top-down vs. Bottom-up Analysis


The top-down approach starts the analysis by considering the health of the overall economy first. Analyzing various macroeconomic factors such as interest rates, inflation, and GDP levels, an investor tries to determine the overall direction of the economy and identifies the industries and sectors of the economy offering the best investment opportunities.


The bottom-up approach starts the analysis from a different point of view. The traders who believe the bottom-up approach say that individual stocks may perform much better than the overall industry. They are concentrated on various microeconomic factors such as a company’s earnings and financial metrics. Traders who support their decisions on this approach try to gain a better understanding of the individual companies and its operations.

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Mastercard is also one of our best collaborators. You can open your account with Master Debit and Credit. There are no additional charges for deposits or withdrawal with Master cards, even though during other payments you are charged for the service.

Maestro is a quick and easy way to get your account ready to trade. It is a fast funding method. Maestro Debit cards are accepted, excluding prepaid ones.

Skrill is an effective way to transfer money or pay different purchases. So, it is a good way to fund your trading account with Dakken Group from anywhere with just email address and password. Deposits via Skrill will be returned to the originating bank account that funded the Skrill account. Supporting documentation will be required in this instance. Skrill also does not support funding through prepaid cards.

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