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Entry from January 12, 2011
“Think like a fundamentalist; trade like a technician”

Dennis Gartman is a successful trader who writes The Gartman Letter. “Think like a fundamentalist and trade like a technician” has been his advice since at least the October 1989 issue of Futures magazine. Gartman’s rule (one of several) has been widely reprinted.


The Gartman Letter
About
Mr. Gartman has been publishing his daily commentary, The Gartman Letter, since 1987. Over the years, he has also conducted numerous presentations and courses on issues relating to the capital markets and derivatives for various brokerage firms, central banks, and U.S. government entities. In recent years, Mr. Gartman has been a frequent guest on leading financial television and radio networks.

Investopedia
The Great Trader Gartman
In the October 1989 issue of Futures magazine, Dennis Gartman published 15 simple rules for trading. He is a successful trader who has experienced the gamut of trading from winning big to almost losing everything. Currently, he publishes The Gartman Letter, a daily publication for experienced investors and institutions.

Here are three of Gartman’s best rules:
(...)
Don’t make a trade until the fundamentals and technicals agree.
Fundamentals help to find quality companies that are selling at discounted prices. Technical analysis helps to determine when to buy, the exit target and where to set the trailing stop. A variation of this is to think like a fundamentalist and trade like a technician. When you understand the fundamental reasons that are driving the stock and the technicals confirm the fundamentals, then you can make the trade.

Google Books
The Logical Trader:
Applying a method to the madness

By Mark Fisher
Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
2002
Pg. 233:
Gartman’s 20 ridiculously simple rules of trading
1. To trade successfully, think like a fundamentalisti trade like a technician. It is imperative that we understand the fundamentals driving a trade, but that we understand the market’s technicals also. Then, and only then, can we, or should we, trade.

Google Groups: aus.invest
Newsgroups: aus.invest
From: Peter Xenon Date: Mon, 01 Dec 2003 20:03:13 +1100
Local: Mon, Dec 1 2003 3:03 am
Subject: 22 Rules of Trading - Dennis Gartman

The 22 Rules of Trading by Dennis Gartman.
Extracted from “Thoughts From The Frontline”, John Mauldin’s Weekly E-Letter.
http://www.frontlinethoughts.com
(...)
10. To trade successfully, think like a fundamentalist; trade like a technician. It is imperative that we understand the fundamentals driving a trade, but also that we understand the market’s technicals. When we do, then, and only then, can we or should we, trade.

Investment U
Dennis Gartman: The Gartman Letter
The Investment U E-Letter: Issue #394
Monday, December 13, 2004
Dennis Gartman: The Gartman Letter and His Rules of Trading
By Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, Chairman, Investment U
(...)
6. Think like a fundamentalist; trade like a technician: It is imperative that we understand the fundamentals driving a trade, and that we understand the market’s technicals also. When we do, then, and only then, should we trade.

Google Books
Just One Thing:
Twelve of the World’s Best Investors Reveal the One Strategy You Can’t Overlook

By John Mauldin
Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
2006
Pg. 24:
THINK LIKE A FUNDAMENTALIST; TRADE LIKE A TECHNICIAN

Google Books
Candlestick and Pivot Point Trading Triggers:
Setups for stock, forex, and futures markets

By John L. Person
Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
2007
Pg. 54:
There is an old saying, “Think like a fundamentalist, but trade like a technician”—a great line that applies when trading commodities or any market for that matter.

Google Books
10: The Essential Rules for Beating the Market
By Michael Turner
Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
2009
Pg. 20:
At a recent World Money Show, a lady came strolling by the booth, with her eyes cast upward toward the 20-foot banner that spread across the top of our booth. Across the right side it said “Think like a Fundamentalist,” and on the left side, it said, “Trade like a Technician.”

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityBanking/Finance/Insurance • (1) Comments • Wednesday, January 12, 2011 • Permalink


successful trader must be a hard worker and be a very tolerant man.

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wow! i search this site after a very large searching and thanks for sharing the information..

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