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  • Combining Technical And Fundamental Analysis by Mark C. Snead, Ph.D.

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Combining Technical And Fundamental Analyses The two forms of analysis approach market forecasting in radically different styles. Can they be combined? Few topics generate as much heated discussion as the time-honored debate of technical vs. fundamental analysis. The two schools do, in fact, offer radically different approaches to market forecasting; fundamental analysis is concerned with identifying the relevant variables underlying price action, while technical analysis attempts to extract tradable information from price action itself. What is most interesting about this is the tendency fo...

  • Extremes Analysis Of Interest Rates And Stock by Mark C. Snead

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Extremes Analysis Of Interest Rates And Stock by Mark C. Snead This former investment broker explains the relationship between declining interest rates and the lagged effect on the stock market. Interest rate changes exert a powerful influence on stock price movements. The relationship is a decidedly negative one, with historical stock returns much higher on average with falling interest rates than with rising interest rates. The aspect of this relationship that perhaps most deserves careful analysis is the lagged impact of rate changes on stock prices. After an interest rate change, stock ...

  • How interest Rates Affect Stock Prices by Mark C. Snead

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...How lnterest Rates Affect Stock Prices by Mark C. Snead The basic theoretical relationship between changes in long-term interest rates and stock prices is inverse. Falling interest rates signal rising stock prices, while inversely, rising interest rates signal falling stock prices. Changes in interest rates affect stock prices inversely for two distinct reasons. First, as interest rates fall, corporate borrowing costs (to fund expansions, acquisitions, inventories and so forth) decrease, and the outlook improves for future corporate profits. Investors view stock ownership favorably when corp...






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