Books about fundamental analysis

Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by fax, Feb 4, 2010.

  1. fax


    Hi everybody,

    I'd like to start learning fundamental analysis. Which book would you recommend me to start with?

    Thanks in advance,
  2. graham and dodd security analysis is the classic.

  3. fax



    Any other recommendation?
  4. Are you interested in fundamental analysis of stocks or commodities?
  5. fax


    I'm interested in fundamental analysis of stocks.

    Thanks in advance
  6. Imo, a good place to start would be with IBD and their CANSLIM method, Fundamentals are sliced out in short pieces and then work from there. They offer a way to apply these concepts readily to scan for stocks. Then hit the heavy reading.
  7. Forget fundies... become a disciplined chart trader.

    Fundamentals and technicals are OFTEN in conflict. Don't bother trying to render their differences to come to the "right conclusion"... can't be done with consistency.

    No man/trader can serve two masters... you must choose one and be faithful to it...
  8. fax


    I'd like to learn both and think one can combine them.

    Thanks for all the suggestions. Is there any other book you think it's a must in fundamental analysis?
    #10     Feb 5, 2010