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Edgewater uses the following methods of security analysis in formulating our investment advice and/or managing client assets:
Fundamental analysis: attempt to measure the intrinsic value of a security by looking at economic and financial factors of the overall economy and of the company or security itself. Fundamental analysis does not consider market movements, representing a potential risk, as market movements up and down may affect many securities generally.
Charting and technical analysis: attempt to analyze charts and past market movements and apply that analysis to recognize recurring patterns and potential future price movements. Entry and exit points are often technically based. Technical analysis does not take into account the fundamentals of the underlying issuer, a potential risk.
Cyclical analysis: examines the movements of a particular security against the overall market or market segment to predict future movements.
Edgewater uses many different sources for analysis information including, but not limited to, information from the company, periodicals, research materials provided by others, conference attendance, market analysts, and filings with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC).