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Provides daily trend analysis on over 400 Canadian companies, gold stocks and daily Nortel comments. So let's get started. When it comes to analyzing investment opportunities, the world is divided up into two camps. The second and much smaller camp, are those who use technical analysis or charts, to evaluate stock market investment opportunities. Provides daily trend analysis on over 400 Canadian companies, gold stocks and daily Nortel comments.


 


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If you have ever taken a business or accounting course, you know the basics of understanding any business is to understand topics such as profit & loss, earnings, dividends, price-earnings ratios, who is on the board of directors, what the company does for a living, what marketplace are they focused on, who their competition is, what their financial statements look like, what the current economic cycle is, whether interest rates are rising or falling, whether money is easy to borrow or hard to borrow, has the company recently announced any news, and so on. Provides daily trend analysis on over 400 Canadian companies, gold stocks and daily Nortel comments. When I state that fundamental analysis is the oldest and largest camp, one only needs to open the daily business paper to see that it is filled with fundamental data. On the other hand, charts are very rarely used, if ever, to examine or explain what is happening in the marketplace. This has not changed since newspapers started publishing. Provides daily trend analysis on over 400 Canadian companies, gold stocks and daily Nortel comments.