From The Wall Street Journal.
“Fundamental analysis of companies involves breaking down how firms operate, how they generate cash and what are the economics of the industry in which they compete,” says George Goudelias, head of leveraged finance at Park Ridge, N.J.-based SEIX Investment Advisors LLC.
In short, this type of analysis looks at what’s happening in the real world of business and helps answer whether shares or debt are fairly valued.
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Constable is an economics/financial markets commentator. Currently, he writes the monthly “In Translation” column for The Wall Street Journal, and a weekly investments column for U.S. News & World Report. He also contributes regularly to Barron’s, TheStreet, Fortune, Forbes.com and other publications.
Prior to becoming a full-time economics journalist/commentator Constable worked in a variety of strategy/advisor roles for major corporations.
His first book, The WSJ Guide to the 50 Economic Indicators that Really Matter, won an economics category award in the 2012 Small Business Book Awards at Small Business Trends. It has been translated into multiple languages. He authored the Rudolf Wolff mini-guides to the London Metal Exchange, and the Real Money Guide to Investing in Gold.