MASTERCLASS Investment – Fundamental and Technical Analysis – A Turnkey for Sharemarket Investment Success?

Investment – Fundamental and Technical Analysis – a turnkey for sharemarket investment success?

Investors can tend to polarize into 2 groups – fundamental and technical analysis, but we have come to  learn and to understand what benefits the 2 stock-analysis disciplines, both fundamental and technical, could bring to them with their ambitions for share-market investment success.

To analyse, is to measure, to count.  But to analyse well, you must measure what matters, and count what counts

For the most part, stock-market analysts lock themselves into one of two very different analytical camps – Fundamental Analysis is one, and the other is Technical Analysis.  It’s quite rare for a Technical Analyst (“TA”) to delve into the fundamentals of stock-picking, as this is the territory of a Fundamental Analyst (“FA”).  In practice, the technicals are chiefly the domain of the “TA”, just as fundamentals are in the realm of the “FA”.  

So, what are fundamentals, and what are technicals?  And how do they each help investors to make better share-savvy decisions? 

The first thing to know is that fundamentals assess a stock’s underlying business operation and its profit-related activities/outcomes – its financial returns.  A “FA” places the business under a “financial-ratio microscope” to measure all possible issues relating to its operational profit-growth momentum and, as a consequence, its potential share-price growth.   

The second thing to know is that technicals chart a stock’s share price upward or downward momentum.  A “TA” maps’ share prices in order to align investors with on-coming positive or negative price action – that is to ready investors to BUY when share-price patterns and volume data are indicating potential sustained rising, and to SELL when charting is indicating a potential meaningful fall in a stock’s (or the market’s) share price/s.  

In a nutshell, fundamental analysis “spots” academic reasoning for business earnings growth (business profit), and technical analysis charts and “spots” buying and/or selling (investor profit) share-price trends.

Measuring what Matters and Counting what Counts 

It is only measuring what mattersthat enables investors to “count what counts”.

An investor’s ultimate count is the net-profit outcomes resulting from the timely, technicals-triggered, “when-to-buy” and “when-to-sell” trades of fundamentals -measured & -identified investment-grade “what-to-buy” stocks. 

SuperBenefit’s investing/trading mentoring involves combining regular stock-market philosophies of:

  • Longer-term “buy & hold” investing (fundamentals)
  • And, shorter-term “buy & sell” trading (technicals)
  • That will help investors construct investment-grade “quality-stock” portfolios with bullish long-term run-with-the market growth objectives, and bearish short-term retreat-to-safety cash options as time-to-time situations would warrant.  

The below schematic shows a typical range of fundamental analysis financial ratios that would be applied by a “FA” to measure and assess the operational strength and profit-growth momentum of a business.   A positive fundamental analysis assessment relative to these below financial ratios would point up a:     

  • Financially Healthy,
  • Rationally-Valued “Growth” Company
  • With StandoutSuperior Management.

A Cascade of Fundametal Analysis Financial Ratios

Next time we will look at the Profit-Capture and Stop-Loss “Companion Power” of Technical Analysis when Applied in Conjunction with Fundamental Analysis

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