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Managing Portfolios with Fundamental Analysis

While technical analysts look for general stock movement patterns, fundamentalists look at individual companies, examining the earning potential and value of each stock. A corporation’s earnings, expenses, assets, and liabilities are all important factors, and fundamental analysts are looking for shares that may be undervalued at the present time by the investor community. There are two categories of fundamentalist buyers, Sheaff Brock Managing Director Dave Gilreath explained in an interview with our Institutional editor: 1. The value fundamentalist looks at price-to-book, [...]

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technical analysis v. fundamental analysis to determine when to buy a security | Sheaff Brock Investment Advisors in Indianapolis

Why Technical Analysis Matters in Portfolio Management

The “punch” is in the pattern, according to the technical analysis school of thought. The price of a stock—like the price of everything else—is a matter of supply and demand, technical analysts believe, and so they focus on generating and interpreting charts of the price and volume histories of stocks, using those to predict future movement in stock prices. Explaining in an interview with our Institutional editor that the firm’s emphasis has been on fundamental analysis, enough people believe in technical analysis [...]