Apply Your Criteria in Stock Selection
Based on fundamental indicators, you can make stock selections based on fundamental analysis criteria, or you can create stock selection models based on technical analysis using the most preferred indicators. In addition to all of this, you can write your own formulas, create indicators, and establish hybrid models based on both fundamental and technical analysis.
Determine Companies' Values
In your stock investments, you can conduct financial analysis of companies through comparative analysis, vertical analysis, horizontal analysis, trend analysis, and ratio analysis, which will give you an edge. By providing fundamental inputs using industry-specific and financially segregated sectors' accepted company valuation methods, you can determine the value of the stock.
Create and Test Portfolio Models
By using fundamental and technical indicators you determine for stock selection, you can establish your investment strategy, test the strategy's performance for the historical periods you choose, and compare multiple portfolio creation models. You can scientifically test the performance of the portfolio models you determine according to widely accepted criteria such as Sharpe, Jensen, and Treynor measures.