Fundamental refers to the underlying factors and characteristics that influence the value and performance of an asset, such as a stock, bond, or company. Fundamental analysis involves evaluating these fundamental factors to assess the intrinsic value and potential of an investment. Fundamental factors typically include financial metrics, such as revenue, earnings, cash flow, and profitability, as well as qualitative aspects like industry trends, competitive positioning, management team, and economic conditions. By analyzing these fundamentals, investors aim to determine the underlying strength, growth potential, and overall health of an investment.

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