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SCT Podcast - Episode 38 - Fundamental vs Technical Analysis

In this episode of the SCT Podcast Sarah Potter and TJ discuss the differences between fundamental analysis and technical analysis. Fundamental analysis is typically discussed in the media about trading options and stocks. Fundamental analysis attempts to assess the financial health of a company and determine if the current market price of the stock is under or over valued.

Technical analysis on the other hand looks at charts and chart patterns and looks at the supply and demand for the stocks and whether current price trends will continue or reverse.

Both technical and fundamental analysis have their place in investing, for the short term weekly options trades that we place in the shecantrade trading room, a combination of technical analysis and probability trading from the options chain are what we use to select our trades.

Fundamental analysis is best used for longer term trading when the financial growth prospects of the company can be fully realized over a few years.
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Combining Fundamentals with Technical Analysis to Increase your Trading Profits wit


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From Down and Out to up 105% - How learning Fundamentals changed Wayne Theron's trading!

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Trading Conversations with Ezone Constantine

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Today’s guest, Ezone Constantine is the founder of Quanz Solutions, a Malaysian-based company that aims to be one of the best trading solutions provider for both institutions and retail users in South East Asia Region.

With his designation as a Certified Financial Technician (CFTe) by the International Federation Of Technical Analysts and as a Full Member Of World Renowned Society of Technical Analysts, MSTA, our guest today is a highly sought after speaker in Malaysia and is a regular speaker at the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange.

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From the sharing of their trading stories, strategies, workflow and best practices, we hope to help you shorten your learning curve as you embark on your journey towards trading mastery.

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Combining fundamental and technical analysis with stocks

Take a look at an example with Facebook on how well fundamental analysis and technical analysis can be combined to make better timed entries into the market.

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Combining the technicals & fundamentals +70 pips in 3hours

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0:50 To get started is what is a candlestick pattern? Okay, so a candlestick pattern is essentially a method, right? Of reading a price chart. It originated back in Japan, right? That's the history. And the key component of a candlestick chart is that it shows you four things. It shows you the opening price, the price, the high of the session, the low of the session and the closing price,

2:00 How do you read a candlestick pattern? Or how do you read a candlestick chart? So remember there are only four things, the open, the high, the low, and the close. You can see that the candles are usually typically two colors, either you know, green, red, or perhaps it can be black, white. Sometimes you can even you know, change the color if you want, but generally, the most common color is green and red.

9:00 So now, I want to walk you through something what we call combining candlestick patterns. Because candlestick patterns, they are essentially just showing you the price of the different sessions. And if you think about this, right? This can be combined, right?

12:48 So now, how not to trade candlestick patterns, right? So now you know how to read candlestick pattern, you even know how to combine them, how do you not trade candlestick patterns? Because this is a mistake.

15:00 So how should you trade candlestick patterns? I would like to introduce to you something what I call the TAE framework. The TAE TAE framework, alright? So what is TAE? TAE stands for Trend, right? A is Area of value, and E stands for Entry trigger.

16:00 The engulfing pattern, right? This is the so called the theory behind it, right? So you can see that this green candle over here is what we call the bullish engulfing pattern. Why is that? Because if you look at it, right? The body of the green candle which is the... From here in the open and the close, it has engulfed the body of the previous candle.

18:00 Hammer and shooting star. Alright, so let's have a look at the hammer. So the hammer is something that you might be familiar with because you saw earlier, right? The earlier examples. So the hammer is a bullish reversal, because it's actually showing you price rejection in the market. In fact, it's rejection of lower prices.

19:20 Dragonfly and a Gravestone Doji, right? Sounds a handful but really the method is very similar to the hammer and shooting star. The only difference, right? Is that now this Doji. Doji simply means, right? A indecision in the markets. But for Dragonfly and Gravestone Doji, it's a sign of price rejection.

20:45 Morning and evening star. Red star, let's look at the star. So this is a morning star, so you can see that this is somewhat similar to the engulfing pattern, but with a slight variation to it. First candle, sellers are in control. Open over here and closing near the lows.

23:00 Finally Tweezer Top and Bottom, right? So a Tweezer Top, right? Is this one over here, okay? So this actually a Tweezer Bottom.

24:26 How does this fit into the TAE framework, right? Remember the TAE, right? Trend, Area of value, and the Entry trigger. So now we have really settle the entry trigger portion because the reversal patterns that you have seen earlier, those are entry triggers that you can use to enter the trade. But before you, you know, you trade it right? Remember we said, right? Don't trade it in isolation. This means that we have to use other factors or other market conditions, right?

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114. Fundamental Analysis Vs. Technical Analysis in Forex

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As we learned in our free basics of trading course in the free course section of InformedTrades.com, traders analyze any financial market including the forex market in one of 3 ways:

1. Through Fundamental Analysis

2. Through Technical Analysis

3. Through a Combination of fundamental and technical analysis

While which method a trader chooses is ultimately up to them and their trading personality, it is my opinion that a trader who at least has an understanding of both technical and fundamental analysis is in a better overall position to trade profitably, than someone who focuses on only one school of thought.

To help understand this lets say that I am a trader who studies technical analysis and believes that at least in the short term, which is the time frame that I trade on, that technicals are all that matter. Next lets say that I am looking at a chart of the EUR/USD at 8:20 AM on the first Friday of the month, and my technicals are telling me that the trade is a good buy.

If I focused purely on technical analysis then I would probably enter that position not knowing that at 8:30 AM I may be in for a surprise that I was not expecting. As those of you who have been through module 8 of my basics of trading course know, at 8:30 AM on the first Friday of the month Non Farm Payrolls (NFP's) are released, which historically has been one of the most market moving fundamental releases in the forex market.

While I am not saying that a trader who trades on technicals should not take a trade that looks good to them from a technical standpoint because of weak fundamentals, what I think this shows is that technical traders who at least have an understanding of fundamentals have the ability to decide whether or not they should factor in a specific piece of fundamental information or no. In my opinion this gives them a big leg up on technical traders who dismiss fundamentals altogether.

Now lets say that I am a trader who trades a carry trade strategy which trades based off of a model I built to forecast interest rates based on fundamental news releases. Next lets say that my model generates a buy signal at 1.4700 which I have included on the chart on your screen. Would my trading not be better served if I at least knew that there was a major head and shoulders top in place, so technically the market is very weak here?

As with our technical analysis example what I am not saying is that a trader who trades on fundamentals should not take a trade that they feel is good from a fundamental standpoint when the market is weak from a technical standpoint. What I am saying however is that fundamental traders who at least have a basic understanding of technical analysis have the ability to decide this for themselves. In my opinion this gives them a big leg up on fundamental traders who dismiss technicals altogether.

As you have probably realized if you have been following my courses, they are designed to give traders a knowledge of both fundamental and technical analysis because I believe a knowledge of both puts traders in the best position to learn to trade profitably. I also believe that you can't really make a decision if you are going to trade based mainly off of technicals, fundamentals, or a combination of the two unless you have a sound understanding of the basics of both fundamental and technical analysis.

As we have already covered the basics of technical analysis in my free basics of trading course, I am assuming that everyone already has an understanding of this. With this in mind the rest of this course will be focused mainly on the fundamentals of the forex market, which we will start with in our next lesson. If you have not done so already I encourage you to go through module 8 of the basics of trading course located in the free course section of InformedTrades.com which gives an introduction to fundamental analysis.

The Principles of Trading – The Combination of Technical and Fundamental Analysis

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Technical Analysis vs Fundamentals: How Reliable are Technicals?

Should you focus on charts or fundamentals? David White, a Spreadex trader comments. I think most people try to use a combination of the two - forex traders might look only at technicals, you might have others who use a quantitative strategy. And how reliable are Technical Analysis Indicators in practice?

How to Combine Technical and Fundamental Analysis in Day Trading

How to Combine Technical and Fundamental Analysis in Day Trading
The long-standing dispute between proponents of technical analysis and fundamental analysis began when the first analyst drew a line between two points representing a stock’s price changes over time, thereby creating the very first price chart. The essence of the dispute is whether to buy a stock based on company and market performance (such as the company’s balance sheet), or based on the stock’s behavior (as illustrated by the chart alone).
Both strategies attempt to predict price trends. As already noted, the fundamental economic investor examines the stock’s value relative to company performance and market performance, and decides whether its price is above or below its true value. If, in the long-term investor’s opinion, the price is currently below its true value, he or she will buy. The technical trader does not ask “why,” but instead tries to predict price trends according to graphs displaying both historical and real-time data.
Day Traders Find Success Combining Technical and Fundamental Analysis
Most of those involved in the stock market define themselves as purely fundamental or purely technical. However, some day traders have found great live trading success by integrating the tools of fundamental analysis with those of technical analysis.
History has proven that the technical strategy has always outshined economic analysis. Most of the largest market trends occurring throughout history were ascribed no significant explanation according to economic data, yet most could be predicted based on technical conduct. Experienced technical traders learn over time to trust their own considerations, which will often stand in direct opposition to those proposed by fundamental economic analysts.
Why, then, would day traders want to incorporate fundamental analysis in their decision-making when they day trade? First and foremost, because most of the public uses it. As soon as a large enough number of people believe in the value of fundamental analysis and begin to buy and sell stocks on the basis of those beliefs, the experienced day trader will want to know how to take advantage of the predicted movement and earn a livelihood from it.
Day Traders Can Use Fundamental Analysis for Their Own Purposes
Experienced day traders can learn to appreciate the power of the fundamental herd and to rein it in for their own day trading purposes. For example, they can focus on stocks influenced by extreme economic analysis, such as an analyst’s upgrade, but then choose a technical entry and exit point.
Using fundamental economic analysis does not in any way indicate that day traders believe in that strategy, but only that they are firm believers in the predictable behavioral outcomes of those who do use it. As a day trader, you have no need to deny any kind of prediction. Rather, you need to evaluate whether it will be self-fulfilling.
In summary, integrating the tools of fundamental analysis with those of technical analysis can be a winning combination for day traders. We would recommend an 80% technical and 20% fundamental mix.

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Using the Euro to Trade Gold (w/ Brannigan Barrett) | Trade Ideas

Brannigan Barrett, CIO of Habitus Capital, makes his Real Vision debut with a bullish trade idea on gold. He suggests going long the yellow metal in euros, noting the deteriorating economic data in Europe. He also points out key levels for traders to watch for, and touches on risks to his trade, in this interview with Roger Hirst. Filmed on April 12, 2019 in London.

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Welcome to Real Vision's Trade Ideas. Today we're with Brannigan Barrett of Habitas Capital. Brannigan, it's your first time on Real Vision Trade Ideas. Could you tell us a little bit about yourself?
Hi, Roger. Yes, so I've been trading now for eight years, pretty much predominately proprietary. 2017, started my own fund. Got two guys working with me and yeah, we're developing some really, really good things, a combination of automated, discretionary, and a whole bunch of fun things. But yeah, looking forward to explaining my trade idea to you today.
Great. And today, you're looking at gold, which is one of the favorites on Real Vision. It comes up quite a lot. But this is gold with a slight twist. Could you explain what your trade idea is, the twist, and maybe break down the trade idea itself as well.
Cool. So yeah, we really like the idea of being long gold. But we don't really like being long gold in dollar terms. So we've had to look at how we can find sort of a natural hedge against further sort of movement in the dollar. So what we're looking at is actually gold in euro terms, for a number of good reasons as I'll explain to you as we go forward.
But we're looking around the 1150 area for entry points. We've got a good 5% stop, so somewhere around the $10.75, and looking for a move to at least break above that 1300 and potentially even target 1400s, which is sort of record highs. We've never really been above there.
So it's a trade that's got sort of 5% downside, with roughly 10% to 20% upside. So really good risk reward metrics. And like I'll explain to you, some really good synopsis to it, which was why we like the trade.
OK. So if you could break that down. So you're effectually long gold in euros. So you've got two components, you're effectively long two things or long one thing and long short another thing. Could you break those down and then we'll pick on each part of that.
OK, so, I think the place to start is why euro? OK. If we look at the euro now, one of the first charts we sort of want to bring up is having a look at Europe versus Japan. Now if you take a close look at it, there's a lot of similarities between what happened to Japan in the '90s, and what's happened to Europe since the financial crisis.
And, you know, if you go and look at the actual fundamentals of Europe, and you look at the growth metrics of Germany, France, Italy, you'll note that we've never fully recovered. I mean back in the day, Germany was capable of 2 and 1/2%, 3%. Nowadays, they're forecasting 1% for 2019. Same for France. And Italy is going to grow at 0.1%.

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Comparing Price to the Fundamentals | Michael Fairbourn, CVA | 4-21-20 | Investing In Value Stocks

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The air is full of year end stock trading tips. However, stock trading tips at any time of the year require both sound fundamental analysis and up to the minute technical analysis in order to turn a profit.

Stock Trading Tips and Technical Analysis

Day traders using technical analysis rely upon the fact that price action tends to repeat itself. Analysis solely based on technical factors is basically statistical prediction. Statistics does not predict which investor will buy which stock at which price but they do often predict that a certain percentage will buy or sell certain types of stocks. This is the analysis of market sentiment. Here is an example of technical analysis that applies to stock trading tips. The market is very bullish on a stock. That usually means that those with money and interest have bought the stock already. With fewer buyers left over the odds begin to favor a downward movement of the stock with any flicker in the stock price. That is to say those who have made gains will often sell to take profits. The profit taking causes more profit taking and a substantial correction sets in caused by a fear-driven herd mentality. The smart day trader who is adept at technical analysis will short the stock and ride this correction down to a support zone, making profits along the way. Profitable day trading strategies also include the use of technical cues to determine when a stock has hit bottom at which time smart traders start to buy. Where do stock trading tips fall in this scheme of things? Think of stock trading tips as an alert service. Check out the tips and act upon them only if fundamental and technical analysis support the validity of the tip.

Stock Trading Tips and Fundamentals

Intrinsic value and margin of safety are terms typically reserved for long term buy and hold investors. However, there are always stocks that are grossly underpriced or overpriced. The key to making a profit on these stocks lies in seeing the future before the rest of the market. A contrarian approach to day trading can be very profitable. A trader understands the fundamentals and sees that a stock is being driven higher than its forward looking earnings support. Or a stock has been driven down far below what it margin of safety would dictate. Knowing the basics about a stock is essential to dealing with stock trading tips. An apt example was when Xerox was making a comeback in the early 80s. The stock was underpriced. The company was writing off losses from an ill-conceived foray into the insurance business. These write offs hid the fact that the company was otherwise making money hand over fist. Anyone who took the trouble to read the financials of Xerox saw this. At this time a group of raiders sought to take over the company. However, they ran out of money and got on the wrong side of a bad trade. They had to sell a substantial portion of Xerox stock to cover losses when over extended. Xerox fell from $60 a share to $30 a share in a day. The stock trading tip of the day had been to buy Xerox as the buyout effort would drive the price up another $10 a share. This tip made no sense when the stock fell by half, unless one understood the combination of fundamentals and market sentiment that drove the price down. Smart traders jumped in at $30 and bought the stock which opened the next day at $60 a share!

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0:10 Doesn't matter whether you're trading Forex, stocks, whatever, right? These strategies can be applied the same. So are you ready? Then let's begin. Okay, now, before I begin, right, I want to explain to you what is swing trading because some of you are wondering here Rayner, what is swing trading, alright? So let me explain to you quickly. So swing trading, the idea is to capture one swing in the market.

2:10 Swing Trading Strategy #1: Stuck In A Box
The first one is what I call stuck in a box, where the price is pretty much stuck in a range, stuck in a box, similar to what you've seen earlier. So this the core idea here is that the market is in a range, you want to buy low and sell high, so how you go about doing it is to let the price come into an area of value, an area of support, okay?

4:14 Swing Trading Strategy #2: Catch The Wave
So the other one is what I call catch the wave. So this is used when the market is in an uptrend. When the market is trending, you are trying to time your entry and capture just one swing in an uptrend.

6:18 Swing Trading Strategy #3: Fade The Move
So it's what I call fade the move. So this is a counter-trend trade. So because when the market is trending and if it has traveled quite a long, a distance towards the swings high, towards resistance, there is opportunity for you to take a counter trend trade but I'll share with you a little bit of how to manage this type of trade.

If you want to learn more about what I do, you can go down to my website over here, tradingwithrayner.com, tradingwithrayner.com, Rayner is my name, you should know that. And you can scroll down a little bit and have a couple of trading guides over here. So one is called The Ultimate Guide to Trend Following where I share with you practical trading techniques on how to ride big trends in the market. And then The Ultimate Price Action, The Ultimate Guide to Price Action Trading on How to Better Time Your Entries and Exits. These two guides, completely free, click the blue button. And I'll send it to your email address. For free. So with that said, I've come to the end of this video, I hope you find insightful. If you did, could you please hit the like button, and subscribe to my YouTube channel. And if there's anything to ask me or any questions, leave it in the comments section below. And I'll do my best to help. With that said, I'll talk to you soon.

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