Combining Technical and Fundamental Analysis

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CFA Institute Conference Proceedings Quarterly
June 2005 | Vol. 2005 | No. 4 | 11 pages
Source: CFA Institute
John Bollinger, CFA



The efficient market hypothesis is flawed because investors do not have perfect information and they do not always behave in rational ways. These inconsistencies in investor behavior create exploitable opportunities and allow such tools as fundamental analysis, technical analysis, behavioral analysis, and quantitative analysis to work. Investors would be well served to explore all the tools available to them without prejudice, especially in the present market environment because stocks are going through a long-term consolidation period in which active management has a greater opportunity to outperform buy-and-hold strategies.

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