Technical Analysis For Fundamental Investors

wealthymattersTechnical Analysis of stocks and Fundamental Analysis are often spoken of in dichotomous terms; The former being the sole preserve of speculators and the latter of genuine investors in the stock market.

However, as all fundamental investors know, Mr Market is something of a maniac depressive with wide mood swings ranging from absolute depression to euphoria. So waiting for market prices to reflect  intrinsic values can often be a long and frustrating wait ,costing money in terms of missed opportunity and worse cost actual money if fundamental investors take positions based on their analysis and get the timing wrong. And it is here that Technical Analysis can help fundamental investors by tipping them off on which way stock price might move. Read more of this post


Fintech For Stocks #AchievedByARQ

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An IPO Investment Tip

wealthymatters.comI’m not really that much of an IPO  investor-I have only applied twice,once for Coal India and the second time for MCX.I find IPOs too much of a gamble.I’m never certain that I have all the relevant facts before me to take a decision.Blind trust and money just don’t go together for me.That said, I have heard the stories of how people have made good money fast from IPOs.So I continue to look for ways to even the odds in the game.This is an article I came across in the ET:

The relevant excerpt is as follows: Read more of this post

Comparing SENSEX Double Top of 2008-2010 With 1992-1994 Read more of this post

Volatility and the Indian Stock Markets

wealthymatters.comThe volatility of the Indian market which is above 26% is one of the highest in the world. So though the long-term CAGR of the Indian market is 15.60%, there have been specific points in time when the market returned 1.25% pa for a 10-year period as well as 19.98% pa for another 10-year period.

One of the biggest impacts of this volatility is that it increases the entry-point and exit-point risks in investing. The simplest way of tackling this risk is to invest in the market at regular periods of time, irrespective of its levels to achieve cost averaging and also participate in the long term upward trend of the Indian markets. Also it is better to stick to the stable large-cap blue-chip companies. Read more of this post

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