Fundamental analysis is the study of the underlying business and its growth prospects. Technical Analysis is the study of the reaction of the market participants (traders, investors or speculators) to a certain chain of events. So which one is more effective and when?
Reading Common Stocks And Uncommon Profits once is not enough and have already read it twice. It is a book that should be read more than once by every investor.
What is the significance of the 52-week low list of stocks technically and fundamentally and what one should use the 52-week low list of stocks for.
Which stocks are covered by Saurabh Mukherjea of Ambit capital in his book The UnUsual Billionaires and how you can form your coffee can portfolio using the same analysis
Here is my ultimate checklist that I always follow before considering any business for investing.
Booking a loss is so difficult that at times it is easy to quit the market keeping the loss making stocks in the portfolio than to book losses. The process I follow makes booking a losses lot easier than it seems without averaging down the stock.