Annual Reports

The fundamental data of one company can be obtained from the annual reports and balance sheets. is doing this job for you and additionally also compares the results to companies worldwide. In order to make data comparable calculates the Fscores. The FScore contains all relevant data in one key performance figure. 
The ultimate goal of using the FScore is to provide a reliable performance figure that can be used to outperform benchmarks. 
The most important key performance figures are the following:

Price-to-Sales Ratio (P/S Ratio)

If one company generates losses, looking at the price-earnings ratio does not deliver any reasonable results. Therefore, in such cases the fundamental analysis will use the Price-to-Sales Ratio instead. Also in this case one company is considered undervalued if the Price-to-Sales Ratio is low compared to other companies in the same peer group. 

Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental analysis supports investors to identify the fair value of a share. This value can then be compared to the actual stock market price of a share and will then lead into the valuation weather a share is over- or undervalued.