In the world of trading and investing, there’s been a constant battle between fundamental analysts and technical analysts. One party says fundamentals are the ones to look for while another party objects and say technicals are the only one needed.
Well, here’s what I think:
In the world of financial markets, trading and investing is like playing the piano.
Your left hand is your fundamental analysis capability and your right hand is your technical analysis capability.
You may just use your left hand and still make great tunes on the piano. The same thing goes with using your right hand only and still produce amazing melody.
However, combining both hands (i.e. fundamental analysis and technical analysis) will most definitely yield you music beyond greatness. And not to forget, consistent practice and continuous studying improves your repertoire.
Disclaimer: This article is not a specific nor general advice on managing or investing your money. This article does not constitute a recommendation nor does it take into account your investment objectives, financial situation nor particular needs.
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