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Old Dec 29, 2008, 5:05pm   #1
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Best Economic & Fundamental Analysis books

Hi,

I was wondering if anyone could suggest some good books on economic fundamental analysis. I have searched but have yet to com across anything specific. I have to say that the macroeconomic aproach to investing appeals to me allot and I am eager to study it in more deatail.

Many thanks,


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Old Mar 27, 2009, 10:50am   #2
 
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Hi,

I was wondering if anyone could suggest some good books on economic fundamental analysis. I have searched but have yet to com across anything specific. I have to say that the macroeconomic aproach to investing appeals to me allot and I am eager to study it in more deatail.

Many thanks,


Rory
HI Rory

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I have came across a very beautiful website called 'www.investopedia.com' and found it very useful for beginners. It contains lots of information on almost everything you want.
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Old Jun 6, 2009, 9:55am   #4
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Hi,

I was wondering if anyone could suggest some good books on economic fundamental analysis. I have searched but have yet to com across anything specific. I have to say that the macroeconomic aproach to investing appeals to me allot and I am eager to study it in more deatail.

Many thanks,


Rory


I must tell you about Schwager's "Fundamental Analysis on Futures".

I had it sent out by mail order in mistake for his TA book.

It is in mint condition. If I knew your address, I'd give it to you for the postage.

I'm not saying that it is no good. On the contrary. His TA book is frequently consulted but, Phew! You have to be keen!
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Old Sep 1, 2009, 11:49pm   #5
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I was wondering if anyone could suggest some good books on economic fundamental analysis. I have searched but have yet to com across anything specific. I have to say that the macroeconomic aproach to investing appeals to me allot and I am eager to study it in more deatail.

Many thanks,


Rory
Yeah..that is interesting. There is not many books on fundamentals on forex..I wonder why.
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Yeah..that is interesting. There is not many books on fundamentals on forex..I wonder why.
Because most people don't understand the fundamentals and lack the patients and intelligence required to master the art of comprehending anything. Case of micro chip revolution where instant knowledge and digital gratification is an essential ingredient and anything that takes longer than 7 seconds is forgotten as people move on.

I look at peoples faces and they all look like dorks to me.

Rather than reading a book I'd recommend the Investors Chronicle and the Economist. Read these publications with a view to digesting the subject material. Don't just read.


Having said that fundamental analysis is pretty useless if you want to trade the markets. Technical analysis is far superior imo.

FA is only good if you want to trade company shares, read balance sheets and look at company earnings with market stats etc.


Finally, there is no such thing as best as there is no one FA. Life is not like the Matrix and I suspect you aren't exactly the one looking for the holy grail... There are 00s of FA. More a case of what will do. Suits you sir...


Just incase I'm wrong I'd be grateful if you let me know when you do find it...
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the chronicle and the economist? and here was me thinking you get all your theory from the telegraph on your way to work. how wrong i was.
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