Fundamental Information


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Fundamental Information

Information relating to the economic state of a company or economy. In market analysis, fundamental information is related to the earnings prospects of the firm only.

Fundamental Information

The facts that affect a company's underlying value. Examples of fundamental information include debt, cash flow, supply of and demand for the company's products, and so forth. For instance, if a company does not have a sufficient supply of products, it will fail. Likewise, demand for the product must remain at a certain level in order for it to be successful. Strong fundamental information is considered essential for long-term success and stability. See also: Value investing, Fundamental analysis.
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Since both technical information (past returns and past trading volume) and fundamental information (firm-specific financial statement information) have been documented to identify winners and losers, for example in the works of Reza (2008) or Bushman, Piotroski, & Smith (2011).
Lear's fundamental information for setting a healthy financial mindset is based in her personal experience, other people's real-life stories, and Christian values.
Floridi's fundamental information is "strongly semantic," his entropy is synonymous with Non-Being, and his universe ("the infosphere") is Platonic and Spinozistic.
The brain, the computer and the economy: All three are devices whose purpose is to solve fundamental information problems in coordinating the activities of individual units -- the neurons, the transistors, or individual people.
Apart from communication, the program's imaging goal is also of major interest to Raytheon BBN, who are working with the University of Virginia in a project called Fundamental Information Capacity of Electromagnetism with Squeezing and Spatial Entanglement, to see just how far imaging technology can be developed within the fuzzy probabilistic laws of quantum physics: "We have set out to define new quantum states of light and subsequent detection methods from which we can obtain far more image information from a lot less light"
Air pollution "has strong impacts on both public health and the environment and thus deserves a holistic perspective and integrated policy programs to address the concerned issues." It is with this perspective in mind that Gurjar (civil engineering, the Indian Institute of Technology--IIT Roorkee, India), Molina (president, Molina Center for Strategic Studies in Energy and the Environment, US), and Ojha (civil engineering, IIT Roorkee, India) have produced this volume combining fundamental information and expert knowledge for a broad audience and including field studies and cases from different parts of the world.
Anchored with that in mind, the "Capitol View" columns in this year's Techniques magazine will be dedicated 10 providing some fundamental information about the major federal education and workforce development laws that impact career and technical education (CTE).
The field also provides fundamental information needed to understand the dynamics and kinetics of contact and resulting occupational or environmental exposures.
"Without question, the legitimate goals stated by EPA and HUD for their partnering with the lead PSAs are actually distorted by their obvious lack of fundamental information quality and integrity," said Thomas Graves, ACA vice president, general counsel, and corporate secretary.
The Guia Aquatic Play Feature also builds on the fundamental information in the Spanish translation of the Certified Pool/Spa Operator [R] certification program (Guia para el Certified Pool/Spa Operator [R] ) and the Pool Operator Primer[TM] Online training program.
This was the one drawback in a text that otherwise provides fundamental information.
Results of this study can inform curricular change by providing fundamental information on the experiences of the college student.

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