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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.
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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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You see a lot of tall players coming out of college who have been centers, but are so fundamentally behind everyone else at their position that they are not asked to do much.
Religious thought, closely akin to belief in magic, is fundamentally at odds with reason and objectivity.
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