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One of the basic premises of security analysis, and in particular fundamental analysis, is that

▸ a stock's price is based on its past cash flows rather than on anticipated future cash flows.

▸ market sectors do not move in concert with business cycles.

▸ all securities have an intrinsic value that their market value will approach over time.

▸ a security's risk has relatively little effect on the security's return.
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