This article explains how to evaluate growth stocks with fundamental analysis.
First of all, growth stocks are stocks that are highly appreciated in the markets due to their expected future growth, even though at the moment they haven’t yet achieved any notable profit.
The P/E ratios of those stocks sometimes exceed 100. It seems that this kind of evaluation simply ignores the fundamentals, but the prices of the growth stocks are actually decided by evaluation based on the fundamental analysis.
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On 14 Jul, the West and Iran agreed to freeze Iran’s nuclear programme and, in exchange, gradually relieve the sanctions on the Iranian economy.
This agreement allows Iran to export oils and natural gas to the western countries to increase the oil supply of the world, which has already been greater than the demands. Iran has the 4th greatest oil reserves and the 2nd greatest natural gas reserves in the world.
The oil prices have already been declining due to the US shale oil and Saudi Arabia refusing to decrease its production, but the markets haven’t fully reflected the benefit that oil tankers would get from the increasing oil supply.
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