Technical analysis is now recognised as a very useful analytical tool, not simply complementary to fundamental analysis. Technical analysis identifies configurations typical of certain behaviour in a risky environment using mass psychology.
Over the last two years it has become more and more difficult to generate superior returns across most asset classes, especially using buy and hold strategies. Global stock market investments have been loss-making investments in 2001; bonds have limited pote
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