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Fundamental Investing Fundamental Investing

This category discusses in-depth how fundamental investing works, the forms of analysis used by fundamental investing, including but not limited to financial analysis of corporate statements, dollar cost averaging, and long term investing.

  • Fundamental Investing

    GAAP 

    Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) is a framework consisting of guidelines for financial accounting used in any jurisdiction that adheres to these principles. The framework is important in fundamental analysis as it enhances the accuracy, consistency, and comparability of financial statements. In this article, we aim to offer insights into understanding GAAP, its role in …
    GAAP
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    EBITDA 

    In the world of finance and business, various metrics and indicators are used to gauge the performance, profitability, and health of a company. Among the most popular of these metrics is EBITDA, which stands for “Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization.” In this article, we delve into what EBITDA is, how it’s calculated, its …
    EBITDA