Rather than form opinions, we prefer to spend our efforts and research identifying facts and then letting the facts decide. Sometimes the facts are absolute, but frequently the facts are statistical. Accordingly we are heavy users of mathematics and statistics.
Facts that originate outside of the market, say from macroeconomics, are commonly labelled as fundamental information, whereas facts originating from market processes are labelled as technical information. Some researchers draw distinctions between the two sources, but we disdain doing so; facts are facts, period. A reasonable agreement among facts dictates action, whereas disagreement suggests inaction. Those who keep that perspective and eliminate that which causes mental clutter will do very well. Good thoughts to live by, and good thoughts to invest by.
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