Assignment is listed below and all supporting docs attached. Fundamental Versus Technical Drivers in the Market and the Role of Technical Analysis as a Management Tool Most investors fall somewhere in

Assignment is listed below and all supporting docs attached. Fundamental Versus Technical Drivers in the Market and the Role of Technical Analysis as a Management Tool Most investors fall somewhere in

Assignment is listed below and all supporting docs attached.

Fundamental Versus Technical Drivers in the Market and the Role of Technical Analysis as a Management Tool

Most investors fall somewhere in the middle of the spectrum leveraging elements of both “technical” analysis (focusing on market data, psychology and trends) AND “fundamental” analysis (focusing on moat strength and long-term financial health). As financial managers and business operators, what are the risks and/or benefits of using technical analyses to guide financial management practices in our own organizations? How does the use of technical analyses as a management tool compare with the framework offered by a “Balanced Scorecard” approach as introduced?

Assignment is listed below and all supporting docs attached.

Fundamental Versus Technical Drivers in the Market and the Role of Technical Analysis as a Management Tool

Most investors fall somewhere in the middle of the spectrum leveraging elements of both “technical” analysis (focusing on market data, psychology and trends) AND “fundamental” analysis (focusing on moat strength and long-term financial health). As financial managers and business operators, what are the risks and/or benefits of using technical analyses to guide financial management practices in our own organizations? How does the use of technical analyses as a management tool compare with the framework offered by a “Balanced Scorecard” approach as introduced?