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When assessing whether or not to accumulate shares of a stock, you want to invest in a security with strong company fundamentals.

In addition, industry conditions should be considered. Investing in a company operating in an environment with positive industry fundamentals may be a tailwind for the company, potentially fuelling positive earnings momentum and raising a stock’s valuation.

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