Neural Networks Quantitative Finance

Fundamental Analysis Vs Technical Analysis

Why Stock prices fluctuate
The stock market is generally a large auction and stocks are traded (exchanged) at places called “exchanges” (Ex. Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE), New york Stock Exchange (NYSE)). At these exchanges traders buy and sell shares of companies and the prices of stocks are determined by the supply and demand . For example if there are more investors want to buy a cetain stock (say JKH) than to sell it then price of JKH will rise regardless of how the company performs because those shares are rarer in the market (because in this situation no one wants to sell it) and people will pay a higher price for them.

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