New ways to understand financial markets

@inproceedings{Tsang2010NewWT,
  title={New ways to understand financial markets},
  author={Edward P. K. Tsang},
  year={2010}
}
Traditionally, researches in financial markets were broadly divided into two camps: fundamental and technical analysis. Fundamental analysts assume that assets, such as shares, have intrinsic values, which they attempt to assess. The value of a company’s shares is determined by all the factors that could affect the company’s future profitability. These include the company’s operation as well as the environment in which the company operates. Examples of relevant factors are: the company’s asset… CONTINUE READING

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