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Monday, June 05, 2006

Fundamental Investors versus Technical Analysis Investors

There are a couple ways of evaluating the stock market and investing: Fundamentals v. Technical Analysis. These two camps use different methodologies to evaluate the growth potential for a particular company.

Fundamentals Investors: click here for example
  • Look for the financials of the company
  • Operatings of the company
  • Balance Sheet
  • Income Statement
  • Cash flow

Technical Analysis Investors: click here for example
  • Look at charts and trends therein
  • Moving Averages
  • Volume

Often times the two camps are as split as the Democrats and Republicans, but there are wise ways to include both while investing your money in the stock market. Click here for an article explaining how.


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