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VISMINDIA – Institute of Financial Market provide classes for educational purpose with a view to create skilled professionals in Stock Market, Currency Market and Commodity segment.

Our students are well placed in broking houses, Research houses, as Dealers, Portfolio Managers, Wealth Advisors, Advisors, Technical and Research Analyst, Relationship Manager and are promoted earlier than their colleagues in Middle management Levels as ASMs, BDMs, RSMs.

Fundamental Analysis Course

Fundamental analysis study anything that can affect the security's value, from macroeconomic factors such as the state of the economy and industry conditions to microeconomic factors like the effectiveness of the company's management.

The end goal is to determine a number that an investor can compare with a security's current price to see whether the security is undervalued or overvalued by other investors.

  • Fundamental analysis is a method of determining a stock's real or "fair market" value.
  • Fundamental analysts search for stocks currently trading at prices higher or lower than their real value.
  • If the fair market value is higher than the market price, the stock is deemed undervalued, and a buy recommendation is given.
  • If the fair market value is lower than the market price, the stock is deemed overvalued, and the recommendation might be not to buy or to sell if the stock is held.
Fundamental Analysis vs. Technical Analysis

Fundamental Approach analysis share prices on the basis of economic, industry and Company Statistics. If the prices of the share is lower than its intrinsic value, an investor buy it, but if he find the price of the share prices is higher than the intrinsic value, he sell and make a profit.

Technical Analysis is based on the assumptions that all information that can affect the performance of a stock company fundaments, economic factors and market sentiments is reflect already in the stock prices.

What is the Importance of Fundamental Analysis?

Fundamental analysis reports tell the investor what is the fair value. Hence, you know whether you are entering a good price for the buyer or the seller. If the current market price is lower than the fair value, also called intrinsic value, then the company/stock is said to be undervalued. If the current market price is higher than the fair value, then the company/stock is said to be overvalued.

VISMINIDA, trained our students how to find the fair value in stock, how to use different method to find the fair value of a stock. How to read the economic data and annual reports of the company.

We will Cover the following topics in Fundamental Analysis.

Three Factors of Fundamental Analysis

Economic Analysis:

Economic Analysis is a study of the following factors.

Basic Principles of Microeconomics

  • Microeconomics is the study of the behavior of individuals and their decisions on what to buy and consume based on prevalent prices which in turn signals where the economy has to direct its productive activities.

Basic Principles of Macroeconomics

  • Macroeconomics is the study of "the big picture" in the economy. While microeconomics focuses on individual households and firms, macroeconomics deals with the economy as a whole. In other words, the focus of macroeconomics is on factors that influence aggregate supply and demand in an economy such as unemployment rates, gross domestic product (GDP), overall price levels, inflation, savings rate, investment rate etc. Most of these factors are highly affected by changes in the public policies.

Various Macroeconomic Variables

  • Savings and Investments
  • Inflation (Consumer/Wholesale Price Indices) and Interest Rate
  • Unemployment Rate
  • Flows from Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Foreign Portfolio Investments (FPI)
  • Fiscal Policies and their Impact on Economy
  • Monetary Policies and their Impact on Economy
  • International Trade, Exchange Rate and Trade Deficit
  • Globalization – Positives and Negatives
Industry Analysis

Industry Analysis is a study of the following factors.

Economic analysis helps us understand whether business, in general, is likely to grow in the foreseeable future or decline.

Industry analysis helps in understanding how each industry would be impacted under the current economic conditions.

Based on the cyclical nature, industries can be classified into three categories

Defensive industries: These are industries that create products and services that have low income elasticity

Semi-cyclical industries: These industries experience growth in sales during the expansionary phase and decline during recessionary phase.

Deep cyclical industries: These industries witness extreme cyclicality in their revenues as they are largely driven by economic cycle and/or commodity cycles

We can analyze any industry on the basis of five broad parameters or forces. These 5 forces are divided into 2 vertical and 3 horizontal ones

PESTLE Analysis

  • Political
  • Economic
  • Socio-cultural
  • Technological
  • Legal
  • Environmental

Company Analysis

Company Analysis is a study of the following factors.

Company analysis, is a part of fundamental analysis, is a method used in the stock market to evaluate the financial health, performance, and overall prospects of a company.

The goal of company analysis is to assess whether a company's stock is a good investment opportunity by examining various factors related to the company's operations, management, industry, and competitive environment.

Business & Governance

To find answers to company specific questions, which include the following:

 (i) What is the company’s business?

(ii) What is the company’s business model?

(iii) Does the company enjoy any competitive advantage compared to its competitors?

(iv) Does the company have the necessary capability to exploit opportunities and to withstand any threats?

(v) Is the company management competent enough to identify and execute the appropriate strategy?

(vi) Does the management have a vision for the company’s future and are they able to provide visibility into the expected short-term performance and long-term goals?

SWOT ANALYSIS

  • Strengths
  • Weaknesses
  • Opportunities
  • Threats

Quantitative approach:    

  • How to read the annual reports.
  • Financial Understanding
  • Profit and Loss a/c
  • Balance Sheet
  • Financial ratios are grouped into the following categories:
    1. Liquidity ratios
    2. Leverage ratios
    3. Efficiency ratios
    4. Profitability ratios
    5. Market value ratios

All Courses

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Stock Market Basics

5 Rating

If you want to enter in any field, first thing is that you must know the basic part of it.

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Advance Technical Analysis

5 Rating

Technical Analysis is based on the assumptions that all

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Advance Derivative Analysis

5 Rating

VISMINIDA, trained our students how to control emotion in stock market

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Intraday Trading

5 Rating

Fundamental Approach analysis share prices on the basis of economic, industry

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Nifty & Bank Nifty Expiry Strategies

5 Rating

Nifty, Bank Nifty, MidCP-Nifty, FinNifty in NSE and Sensex and BankEx in BSE are the most popular

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Fundamental Analysis

5 Rating

Fundamental Approach analysis share prices on the basis of economic