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Sometimes, even technical analysts are a stubborn bunch.
Just as fundamental investors like to laugh at technical analysis, technicians laugh at the absurdity of investing just on fundamentals. It’s why it’s always best to combine both schools of thought. What one may miss, the other may catch.
Look at small cap stocks, for example.
By now, you’re very well aware of the electric vehicle (EV) boom.
What you may not know is that it’s heating up faster than any one expected.
The chief energy economist of French Oil Major Total S.A. believes electric cars could make up 15% to 30% of global new vehicle sales by 2030, as noted by Bloomberg, as we noted last month. OPEC just quintupled its forecast for sales of EVs to 266 million from 46 million. The International Energy Agency doubled its 2030 forecast from 23 million to 58 million.
Fundamental analysis may not be able to hand us immediate information on the psychology of the herd, but what it can unveil is long-term value. With it, we’re trying to identify key pieces of information that will help tell us if a company is overvalued, or undervalued with good chances for upside.
American’s infrastructure has been failing for quite some time.
One look at the countless potholes, congested roads, derailed trains, collapsed bridges and dams is proof enough. Just to fix it all could cost as much as $3.6 trillion by 2020, says the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
What’s worse, the ASCE just gave current U.S infrastructure a D+ rating. Even the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has estimated that there’s an $808.2 billion backlog in deferred maintenance on the nation’s rail and bus lines.