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Fundamental Research Analysis of Real Estate Sector:A Case Study of IRB Infrastructure and Developers Ltd.


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Fundamental analysis is true to its name in being a fundamental research tool to explore the potential of a particular industry or company which can be very helpful in making investment decision. It can also be used to forecast the price of equity. The present study undertakes fundamental analysis for the Real Estate sector in India. The sequential breakup of the study includes conceptual understanding of fundamental analysis followed by the analysis for the sector in context. The top-down approach has been used - economic analysis followed by industry analysis and finally company level analysis has been done for IRB Infrastructure and Developers Ltd. The data for the study has been gathered from documented and online sources. Also valuable insights were obtained from personal interactions with industry experts. All the three stages have made heavy use of qualitative data and company level analysis includes quantitative financial analysis - all of which have helped to arrive at qualitative judgment about the potential of the company and industry for potential investment.

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Fundamental Analysis, Economic Analysis, Industry Analysis, Company Analysis, Real Estate, Investment.
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Authors

Vishal Panchal
Jagan Institute of Management Studies, Delhi, India
Deepti Kakar
Jagan Institute of Management Studies, Delhi, India

Abstract


Fundamental analysis is true to its name in being a fundamental research tool to explore the potential of a particular industry or company which can be very helpful in making investment decision. It can also be used to forecast the price of equity. The present study undertakes fundamental analysis for the Real Estate sector in India. The sequential breakup of the study includes conceptual understanding of fundamental analysis followed by the analysis for the sector in context. The top-down approach has been used - economic analysis followed by industry analysis and finally company level analysis has been done for IRB Infrastructure and Developers Ltd. The data for the study has been gathered from documented and online sources. Also valuable insights were obtained from personal interactions with industry experts. All the three stages have made heavy use of qualitative data and company level analysis includes quantitative financial analysis - all of which have helped to arrive at qualitative judgment about the potential of the company and industry for potential investment.

Keywords


Fundamental Analysis, Economic Analysis, Industry Analysis, Company Analysis, Real Estate, Investment.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17492/manthan.v5i01.13047