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Technical vs Fundamental Analysis - IndiaNotes.com
Technical vs Fundamental Analysis
elearnmarkets | Published: 11 Dec, 2017  | Source : IndiaNotes.com


“The fundamentalist studies the cause of the market movements while the technicians studies the effect” – John Murphy


The terms technical analysis and fundamental analysis are two schools of thought in the world of financial markets. They are the methods by which stocks and other financial instruments are analysed. Important trading and investing decisions are made based on the research and forecasting of these methods. But, like most philosophies and strategies, both have their own methods and beliefs. The most defining points of difference of each of these methods are:


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