Fundamental Stock Analysis vs. Technical Stock Analysis

Business / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
Discusses the elements of two types of stock market analysis, where they are in conflict, & how they can be resolved into a single analytical method.

The computerized financial data industry has become a $4 billion business since the first computers showed up on brokers’ desks in the 1970s. Today, dozens of online services are available that can overload a hard disk with megabytes of data in a flash, but comprehension or understanding do not come with all that data. Burton G. Malkiel, in his A Random Walk Down Wall Street, explains:
A random walk is one in which future steps or directions cannot be predicted on the basis of past actions. When the term is applied to the stock market, it means that short-run changes in stock prices cannot be predicted. Investment …


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