Fundamental Analysis & Cryptos
This section aims to identify specific tools you can use if you are interested in learning more about fundamental analysis and how it can be applied to crypto purchases.
Brief Explanation of What Fundamental Analysis Actually Is
Traditional methods and models of fundamental analysis, often used in evaluating bonds and equities (and lots of other businesses), can be broken into two main camps: (1) certain models are concerned with trying to decipher an asset's "absolute value"; and, (2) certain models seek to find an asset's "relative value". Traditionally, fundamental analysis models have relied on various inputs, such as: cash flows, dividends, assets, debt-to-equity ratios, price-to-earnings (P/E) ratios, etc. Unfortunately, many of these inputs are unavailable and thus inapplicable to crypto analysis. As such, this section aims to provide helpful resources that will allow neophytes to adapt traditional models, methods, and metrics of fundamental analysis for use in investing in crypto assets.
Fundamental Analysis Resources
- Valuation Models for Cryptocurrencies (Feb. 22, 2018): https://hackernoon.com/valuation-models-for-cryptocurrencies-f03e9437786e