I am looking for fundamental analysis books which describe which error can be critical for business and which would not be critical. Books describing such errors for both trading and investment perspective. Please provide a link or book name if you know such books.
any company where stocks / shares are traded publicly knows the game they are in ....warts and all
you have to really know the company and directors playbook to generally see if theres any potential profit in bad news coming out ............generally when some is scheduled the CFO will offload everything they have into the news to get rid of debris .....then generally it should be plain sailing unless there are events being managed that are 100% out of their immediate control ....
i used to play this game a lot on shares in the 90s ....but im just plain old forex action now
You are now making a classic mistake, because you are looking for the ideal scheme, system, principle of operation, which will give you the opportunity not to make mistakes and make profits, regardless of external circumstances. You do realize that this is not a real situation. Because each success story is a set of individual factors and events, which resulted in a positive result. But even if you repeat all this in full, it is still no guarantee that you will get the same result in the end. Rather, you can read it for inspiration, to read something new and to get information for thought. But you shouldn't use it as a specific instruction that you can use in any situation.