Fundamentals of course are key in determining supply and demand and ultimately the price of a commodity (or stock), but it's the technicals in my opinion that can give you insight as to when the market is ready to react to those fundamentals.
Brutal, huh? It happens all the time.
I believe that certain chart patterns reflect the collective buying and selling sentiment of the market and can in turn be used in trying to forecast future price direction and the timing surrounding it. Keep in mind, nothing is foolproof, but I believe a strong fundamental outlook combined with a good technical viewpoint creates a very potent combination for the trader and investor.
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