# Fundamental analysis

This category features articles relating to fundamental analysis. Here you will find information about stock valuation, stock analysis, option pricing and more.

The PE-ratio and the PS-ratio are important indicators for stock investors. The PE-ratio is the share price divided by earnings per share. The PE-ratio indicates how a stock is valued and can be used ...

The PFE-ratio shows how many years it will take for an investment to pay back when you take growth in earnings into account. ...

Portfolio theory is a theory of the relationship between risk and return.
In portfolio theory, the total risk is divided in two types of risk, market risk and unique risk. ...

The required rate of return (discount rate) is used to value and compare different stocks. The required rate of return is the percentage return that one would expect from an investment based on its ri ...

Restricted equity is equity that is bound to a limited company. Restricted equity may never be distributed to shareholders. ...

Return on assets is a measure of a company's profitability, the term
is synonymous with return on total capital. ...

Return on equity (ROE) is a measure of a company's profitability, the term is synonymous with return on shareholders capital. ...

Share capital is part of the restricted equity in a limited company. Share capital is the nominal value (par value) of all the issued shares in the company. ...

During the 90's we saw an increased interest in and focus on shareholder value and how this value could be increased. ...

Solvency is a measure of a company's long-term ability to finance its operations. Solvency is a key measure for estimating how healthy a company is. Solvency is synonymous with equity ratio. ...