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Static analysis

• Is the approach to study market conditions at a moment in time. It also called the Snapshot View of the market, corporate financial condition or other economic time series. It reflects one moment such as, the end-of-the-day, end-of-the-month, end-of-the-year, the opening or any other chronologically defined point. This compares to Dynamic Analysis.

 
 

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