I think you really need to determine what kind of trading style you want to adopt, before you start thinking about fundament and technically analysis.
First do a search on this site or google trading plan. This should give you some insight on what to expect.
I'll use myself as an example... I would never do fundamental analysis, why because I don't have the patience, but Warren Buffet, and Jim Cramer made a living at so it what do I know. If I did it I would have exited the position, because I don't like sitting around waiting for the market to realize something is undervalued an then catch up.
So figure out your personality, start to think about how long you want to hold a position before you get bored waiting for it to move. If you are comfortable with buying a stock and waiting a 6 to 8 to 12 months for a return then so be it, fundamental analysis may suit you, if not then you need to start looking at technical analysis and price action to make your trading decisions.
Generally speaking I think the guys that do fundamental analysis buy when something is under valued, and then sell it when it is overvalued, but that could take months, or years before they exit, because they believe in the company and their valuation of it.
I am sharing the difference between the technical and fundamental analysis. Technical analysis is a studying statics that is generated by the market activities and fundamental analysis is a method of evaluating securities by attempting to measure the value of stock.
You can find it on internet as well. I know a database that can give you enough documents on Technical and Fundamental analysis. You will be expert in your own after reading them thoroughly. its Quandl - Find, Use and Share Numerical Data
Regarding fundamental analysis I recommend you finviz.com's fundamental stock screener
(Stock Screener - Overview).
If you are already familiar with most fundamental analysis terms you can filter stocks according to them.