Video comparing bottom up to top down investing

There are two ways that traders analyze the markets; through technical analysis and fundamental analysis.  Technical traders are typical investing for a shorter term while fundamentalists are more long term in nature. 

This video reviews discusses the key differences between bottom up and top down investing.  Bottom up investing analyzes a company at the most granular levels, such as their financial statements and then moves up to look at the industry and then the economy in general.  Conversely, top down investing does the reverse.

The speaker discusses why he prefers top down investing as it allows him to zone in on the right areas of the market before diving into the details of a company.
Tim Ord
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