Is there anywhere that I can learn about fundamental analysis and technical analysis of stocks for free?
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The best books on technical analysis include "The Research Driven Investor" by Timothy Hayes, "Quantitative Investment Analysis" by DeFusco, McLeavey and Pinto, and the classic, "Technical Analysis of Stock Trends" by Edwards and Magee.
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As for fundamental Analysis: I second Martin's vote for Intelligent Investor by Graham. his "Security Analysis" is also great. Or read from Graham's best pupil and check out Warren Buffet's :Letter's to shareholders.
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As an IM (Investment Manager) I use ~80% Fundamental and ~ 20% technical analyses. There are other formulas, always use only what you understand and works.
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