Free Guide: Learn the Basics of Fundamental Analysis

By Stock Research Pro • August 10th, 2009

Stock Research Pro is pleased to announce the release of our latest white paper, “An Introduction to Fundamental Analysis for Stock Investing”. We developed this paper to serve as an introduction to our visitors to the process of conducting fundamental analysis as a means of stock investing. This 22-page guide provides structure to the process and advises the reader on how to best use the calculators and resources available at is assessing the health and actual value of a stock.

What is Fundamental Analysis?

The fundamental analysis of a company is about assessing its health and value through the analysis of its financial statements, management team, products, competitors, and markets. For stock investors, the fundamental analysis process is conducted in an effort to determine the true or “intrinsic” value of the security by examining all of the factors that impact the company’s business and prospects for future success. At the end of the process, the fundamental analyst will have determined whether the stock currently presents a good investment opportunity.

What the Paper Includes

We’ve constructed the paper in such a way that the user is taken through the process in the following way:

• Filtering for stocks that might be good investments

• Understanding the different financial statements and knowing what to look for in each

• Calculating and understanding financial ratios to determine company strength

• Evaluating company management

• Looking at earnings per share as a means of comparing multiple stocks

• Understanding and calculating intrinsic value

How to Get the Paper

On each page of the website, we have included a sign-up box. After completing the sign-up, we’ll send you the download via email.

Includes Video Tutorials

After we deliver the white paper to you, we will send you a series of video tutorials that provide additional teaching of some of the basic concepts of stock investing.


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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