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?
How I generate investment ideas in the Indian growth story, what sectors I totally avoid along with the tools I use to find that perfect investment opportunity.
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.
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.
Let me answer this question technically as well as fundamentally and see what could be a better strategy in the market moving forward.
For longer-term investment fundamental analysis is preferred over technical analysis but see how I use technical analysis for longer-term investments to find the right time to invest in the right stock and at the right price.
What is technical analysis? Why technical analysis works? What is the theory behind technical analysis to work? What are principles of technical analysis? and lastly Why I think technical analysis may work for you as well?
Articles from my blog archive to make a collection of Free Technical Analysis Tutorials.
What is the best way to learn technical analysis? I will answer this question in a very short and simple one liner which is …
On October 20, 2011 I showed How Crucial Support Levels can be? and today I will explain How Crucial Resistance Levels Can be?
Here are some of the books on technical analysis that I have read and recommend to anybody who wants to be trading in the market. If you have not read at least 3 out of these 5 books, it can be really tough for you to trade in the market with profits on a consistent basis.
Why support is so important and why it acts as resistance when broken with examples and charts to help you understand technical support and resistance for any stock.