Fundamental analysis gives a clear picture of how the performance of the company is going to be in the future. These datas can hence be translated into investing in the share market.

Major con of fundamental analysis is that often times the qualitative datas are not accessible to the general public. That makes the fundamental analysis done to be incomplete.

Technical analysis purely is based on demand and supply. Given the price and volume, analysts comes up with a way to find the demand and supply. All the information required to arrive at it is open and free to the public.
Technical Analysis is not recommended for long term because it doesn’t account the quantitative and qualitative datas of the company which plays a major role in the long run. Also technical analysis doesn’t help with predicting sudden changes in price due to news,etc.

  • : It's the demand and supply that drives the stock price.
  • : Fundamental analysis is evaluating a company based on its qualitative and quantitative performance in the real world.
  • : Technical analysis evaluating a company based on its performance in the stock market.
  • : Advantage of Fundamental analysis is that it gives a clear picture of how the performance of the company is going to be in the future. These datas can hence be translated into investing in the share market. Major con of fundamental analysis is that often times the qualitative datas are not accessible to the general public. That makes the fundamental analysis done to be incomplete.
  • : For fundamental analysis, there are various factors that determine the performance of the company. It varies from sector to sector. Broadly it can be classified into two . Qualitative and Quantitative factors. For technical analysis we only need two inputs. Share price and volume which is accessible to everyone.
  • : News are often times late. The market would've already reacted before the news. So better to follow the market than the news or analysts reports.
  • : The average turnover in NSE is approx. Rs. 18000 Crores on a daily basis. Yes, a stock with small market cap can be manipulated. But the indexes can't be manipulated.
  • : Technical analysis purely is based on demand and supply. Given the price and volume, analysts comes up with a way to find the demand and supply. All the information required to arrive at it is open and free to the public. Technical Analysis is not recommended for long term because it doesn't account the quantitative and qualitative datas of the company which plays a major role in the long run. Also technical analysis doesn't help with predicting sudden changes in price due to news,etc.
  • : People avoid penny stocks because nobody knows whether the company ceases to exist in the future. Also for trading, penny stocks can be manipulated easily.
  • : Line charts, bar charts and Candlestick charts are few of the commonly used charts.
  • : Unlike Line charts which records only the closing price,Candlesticks tell the whole story of what happened on a particular timeframe. It has the OPEN, CLOSE,HIGH and LOW. These four parameters along with volume play a huge role in determining the movement of the price in the future. Bar charts are similar to candlesticks but they are avoided as they are not aesthetically pleasing to look at and often times is quite confusing.
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  1. Naresh 1 month ago

    Hi,
    Your work is good.

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