Since when is digging into the details of repackaged mortgages and subsequent analysis of debt holders ability to repay, classified as fundamental analysis. Oh wait, when it's new_trader that doesn't have an understanding of how fundamentals plays a role in day to day trading. You don't even understand the tools. You pull out Lee with nfp stating its a long read and question if he reads that before he places a trade. Well here is some enlightenment for you, we all know you desperately need it and to be honest, you don't even realise you are the laughing stock of the forum to anyone who understands this stuff.You know so much...
Here is someone who explained in 2006, quite clearly, the fundamental conditions that lead to the financial crisis of 2008...Yet large firms wasting money on real-time news feeds wouldn't have been able to predict this...right?
The big trade on wall street at the time was shorting sub-prime
...you know so much.
Services like ransquawk have analysts and tools that compare the statement with the last and within moments post a report defining the changes in wording. All the trader has to do is read the previous statement or report prior to the release. You know what they say about assumption new_trader? Do you want me to repeat it here for you or can you work it out on your own.
Do you know what sentiment is? Probably not else we wouldn't be having this conversation. Go Google it since you seem to have taken the time to find a video stating exactly why the recession happened and that it had nothing to do with fundamental analys. Peter Schiff said it himself, he had to do the research into the securities themselves and the type of debt holder. Petty you are unable to even catch that in the video you posted as your evidence of it being fundamentally visible.
Do us all a favour and go play somewhere else as we really don't care for your inability to comprehend this stuff.
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