Pavle Dakić – Singidunum University, Danijelova 32, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
Luka Filipović – EuroAudit llc, Bvld. despota Stefana 12, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
Marko Starčević – Union-Nikola Tesla University, Knez Mihailova 33, 11000 Beograd, Serbia
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The subject of this research is to analyze the methods of fundamental investment analysis
on the example of stocks of a domestic company listed on the Belgrade Stock Exchange. The aim of the
research is to obtain concrete information on the possibilities of improving the effective management of
the portfolio of shares of this company with a special focus on the optimal selection of techniques and
methods of fundamental analysis that deals with the study of economic, political and social indicators of
the national economy in order to predict trends in the financial market into the future. The methodology
used in this paper includes exploratory technique methods as well as analysis and synthesis methods.
The results of the research will be useful to the academic community for further research in this area
as well as to future investors.
Fundamental Analysis, Investments, Stocks, Belgrade Stock Exchange
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