Sistem Pendukung Keputusan Pemilihan Saham Berdasarkan Analisis Fundamental dengan Metode TOPSIS
AbstractStock is an investment instrument that can produce promising profits, therefore in stock investment a good analysis is needed to choose stocks that have the prospect of cuan (profit). In stock investment activities, usually 2 methods of analysis are used, namely technical analysis and fundamental analysis. The average stockbroker already has its own application for technical analysis, while some fundamental analysis is still done manually which is to compare the stock fundamental data manually. Based on the problems encountered in the fundamental analysis process, the authors want to help stock brokers by building a web-based stock selection decision support system that applies the Technique For Order Preference method by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS) that can compare the fundamental data of stocks so they can produce fundamental analysis. The system to be built is expected to help stock brokers in securities companies in the Pekanbaru city in making fundamental analysis decision. Based on the results of the tests carried out, the black box testing found that the functional conclusions of the system were running well, in the usability testing tests tested on 10 respondents it was 86.83% or it could be categorized as "Strongly Agree" and accuracy testing of manual calculations amounting to 92.98%.
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