Fundamental analysis assesses the upside price of a stock taking into account the investment firm`s ability to generate revenue and profits and make effective decisions about the company`s assets. Companies that pay their costs well and increase their profit margins have an upward trend. Companies can increase their revenue by opening new markets or adding a product line. Money managers who use basic analytics also take into account how a company effectively uses assets to generate revenue and profits. Spread-sharing agreements (other than clearing agreements) are agreements that are sometimes concluded between an investor (usually a private equity investor) and the project promoters and/or the management of a publicly traded company, assuming that if the investor (at the time of departure) benefits from his investment, a certain portion of that profit is shared by the investor in a proportion agreed with the promoters and/or the administration. These agreements are common in mergers and acquisitions and are often related to the fact that the company meets performance criteria, continues to work, etc. Upside also plays a role in short selling. Short selling refers to the sale of shares that an investor does not own. In the event of a short sale, the seller must deliver borrowed securities to the buyer until a settlement date. Finally, the short seller must buy the shares to cover the short position, and the seller`s goal is to buy back shares at a lower price.
Short sellers are looking for stocks that have reached their upside potential, which means that the stock`s potential to decline increases. The increase in the potential value of an investment, measured in monetary terms or percentage. Analysts often use either technical analysis or basic analysis techniques to predict the future price of an investment, particularly stock prices. A higher upward trend means that the stock has a higher value than is currently reflected in the share price. Capital market practice is based on disclosure, which consists of the commercial principle of “caveat emptor” or “have the buyer monitored.” Even if the models of investor protection and securities market regulation evolve in different legal systems, the anchoring idea is that an investor should be able to make an informed investment decision. It should therefore be argued that in a publicly traded company that has already entered into an upside-off share agreement or which was not originally concluded with a communication to shareholders, fair publicity and dissenting shareholders should be allowed to express dissenting opinions. SEBI probably also noted the exit of some investors from a leading multiplex theatre company, which led investors to make payments to the company`s chief executive at the time of their exit.