Fundamental Analysis

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Objective of the study
Due to high volatility in the stock markets it is considered as a very rigorous job to predict the future move to stock price. Secondary market participants often use two forecasting techniques, Fundamental & Technical analysis. The basic objective of conducting this report is to apply our theoretical knowledge in practical situation. The objective behind conducting this study is as follows: • Quantatives analyze of ten companies.

• Qualitative analyze

Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental analysis is the process of looking at a business at the basic or fundamental financial level. This type of analysis examines key ratios of a business to determine its financial health and gives you an idea of the value its stock. Many investors use fundamental analysis alone or in combination with other tools to evaluate stocks for investment purposes. The goal is to determine the current worth and, more importantly, how the market values the stock. This article focuses on the key tools of fundamental analysis and what they tell you. Even if you don’t plan to do in-depth fundamental analysis yourself, it will help you follow stocks more closely if you understand the key ratios and terms. As per our assignment tasks I am trying to analyze five stocks of following companies: ❖ AB Bank Ltd.

❖ Grameen Phone Ltd.
❖ Beximco Pharma Ltd.
❖ Aftab Automobiles Ltd.
❖ Titas Gas transmission & Distribution Ltd.
❖ Eastern Bank Limited
❖ Premier Leasing & Finance Limited
❖ Summit power Limited
❖ H.R Textile Mills Limited
❖ BRAC Bank

Fundamental analysis is the process of looking at a business at the basic or fundamental financial level. This type of analysis examines key ratios of a business to determine its financial health and gives you an idea of the value its stock. Following are the most popular tools of fundamental analysis. 1. Sector Business Segment

2. Category
3. Market Capital
4. Net Profit After Tax
5. Earnings per Share – EPS
6. Price Earnings Ratio – P/E
7. Dividend Payout Ratio
8. Dividend Yield
9. Book Value
10. Return on Equity
Formula:
Earnings per Share:
|Earnings per Share = |Net Income – Preferred Stock Dividends | | |Weighted Average No. of Common Stock Outstanding |

Price Earnings Ratio:
|Price Earnings Ratio = |Market Price Per Share | | |Earnings per Share |

Dividend Payout Ratio:
|Dividend Payout Ratio = |Dividend Per Share | | |Earnings per Share |

Dividend Yield:
|Dividend Yield = |Dividend Per Common Stock | | |Market Price Per Common Stock |

Book Value per Share:
|Book Value per Share = |Total Shareholder’s Equity – Preferred Stock Equity | | |No. of Common Shares Outstanding |

Return on Equity:
|Return on Equity = |Net Income | | |Average Total Equity...
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