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Fundamental Analysis - Valuation
The focus of evaluation will be determining the intrinsic value of the shares.
The study focuses on the value and the entire enterprise. It searches for the minimum-maximum price range,
which represents the fair value of the share with the current parameters.
Intrinsic value calculation of the S&P 500 index. Updated weekly.more>>
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Money-, Bond Market
3-Month Treasury Bill Secondary Market Rate, Discount Basis Click
6-Month Treasury Bill Secondary Market Rate, Discount Basi Click
Market Yield on U.S. Treasury Securities at 1-Year Constant Maturity, Quoted on an Investment Basis Click
Market Yield on U.S. Treasury Securities at 2-Year Constant Maturity, Quoted on an Investment Basis Click
Market Yield on U.S. Treasury Securities at 5-Year Constant Maturity, Quoted on an Investment Basis Click
Market Yield on U.S. Treasury Securities at 10-Year Constant Maturity, Quoted on an Investment Basis Click
Market Yield on U.S. Treasury Securities at 30-Year Constant Maturity, Quoted on an Investment Basis Click
30-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Average in the United States Click
10-Year Treasury Constant Maturity Minus 3-Month Treasury Constant Maturity Click
10-Year Breakeven Inflation Rate Click
10-Year Real Interest Rate Click
Federal Funds Effective Rate Click
FED Total Assets Click
FED Total Assets Weekly Click
Liabilities: Reverse Repurchase Agreements: Click
Monetary Base Click
Real M2 Money Stock Click
Securities Held Outright: U.S. Treasury Securities Click
Securities Held Outright: Mortgage-Backed Securities Click
Chicago Fed National Financial Conditions Index Click
Hard data: Typically refers to quantitative, measurable information that is based on actual numerical values. They are crucial for assessing the current state of the economy,
making predictions, and formulating appropriate economic policies.
GDP and its Components:
U.S. Gross Domestic Product Click
U.S. Gross Domestic Product, Annual Rate Click
U.S. Real Gross Domestic ProductClick
U.S. Real Gross Domestic Product, Annual Rate Click
U.S Headline CPI Index Click
U.S Core CPI Index Click
U.S. Headline CPI vs Core CPI Click
U.S. Trimmed-Mean Consumer Price Index by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Click
U.S. Sticky Price Consumer Price Index less Food and Energy by Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Click
5-Year Breakeven Inflation Rate Click
5-Year, 5-Year Forward Inflation Expectation Rate Click
5-Year Expected Inflation Click
10-Year Expected Inflation Click
U.S. University of Michigan: Inflation Expectation for the next 12 months Click
U.S. Population Level Click
U.S. Civilian Labor Force Level Click
U.S. Employment Level Click
U.S. Working Age Population: Aged 15-64: All Persons Click
U.S. Unemployment Rate Click
U.S. Nonfarm Employees Click
U.S. Labor Force Participation Rate Click
U.S. Initial Claims, Weekly Click
Soft data: They often involve qualitative or subjective information. Soft data are built by opinions, perceptions, and survey-based information.
These are often used alongside hard data to provide a more comprehensive understanding of economic dynamics.
U.S. University of Michigan: Consumer Sentiment Click
U.S. Conference Board Consumer Confidence
ISM Manufacturing PMI
ISM Services PMI