4 Investing Fundamentals Everyone Needs
Michael C. Thomsett
The majority of investors—even those who swear they follow fundamental indicators—tend to act on and react to the market chaos seen in the daily action of the DJIA and stock prices. The short-term price movement in the market is always chaotic and, as confusing as this is, it can become your greatest advantage.
If you pick stocks based on the identification of four key fundamental indicators, you narrow down your list to the best companies. If you then time your entry on the price dips in the market, you can buy those companies at bargain prices. Two key rules should always be kept in mind. First, pick companies and stocks based on sound fundamental analysis. Second, time your purchase ...