Beginners’ Guide to Investing

By Stock Research Pro • March 14th, 2011

Stock Research Pro offers a beginners’ guide to investing for anyone who is interested in learning the fundamental concepts of stock market investing through fundamental analysis. The 22-page Guide to Fundamental Analysis provides beginner investors with the basic strategies for fundamental investing and the methods often to used to identify undervalued stocks.

What is Fundamental Analysis?

Fundamental analysis is a process that both beginner and experienced investors can use to systematically review a company’s financial information in order to make a determination regarding the real or intrinsic value of that company’s stock. The guide will show beginners how such things as company revenues, assets, liabilities, executive, and prospects for future growth can all factor into a determination of whether that company’s stock price is currently under or over-valued. Unlike technical analysis, the fundamental approach only considers these factors when making a valuation and investment decision.

Read the Guide and “Paper Trade”

After reviewing the guide, beginner investors are then encouraged to work with the Stock Research Pro virtual trading environment to make stock picks using virtual money (as opposed to risking any real capital yet) to see how their investment strategy works. The guide can help provide new investors with a basic knowledge that can be built upon if you decide to look at more sophisticated stock investing strategies overt time.

Sign-Up to Receive the Guide

There is a sign-up box for the guide on each page of the Stock Research Pro website. Enter your name and email address in the box and the guide, along with some supporting video tutorials, will be emailed to you right away.


The above information is educational and should not be interpreted as financial advice. For advice that is specific to your circumstances, you should consult a financial or tax advisor.

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