You might have noticed that investing in stocks involves a lot of statistical data: Figures, prices, etc. Fortunately, there are several tools available to express the data graphically, for example, charts. For many people, it is easier to see a development using a chart.
Financial analysis is a tactic to examine the financial statistics of a share to calculate the real value of a company. By checking economic and financial factors related to a certain share we can measure the intrinsic value. This is how we identify whether a share is overvalued or undervalued.