Matrix Analysis: Revolutionary Stock Picking Technique That Combines Fundamental and Technical Analysis

Article Summary:

This blog post delves into the complex world of stock analysis, comparing fundamental and technical approaches. We discuss how integrates both methods into our AI algorithm to provide comprehensive stock ratings and rankings. By examining the differences between these analysis types and showcasing their combined power, we unveil a revolutionary approach to stock market analysis.


  1. Introduction
  2. Fundamental vs. Technical Analysis
  3. Our Approach at
  4. Integrating Both Methods
  5. Conclusion



“Why did my stock just plummet? Time for a showdown: Fundamental vs. Technical Analysis!” Investors often face the challenge of choosing between fundamental and technical analysis. This post will explore these two dominant methods and explain how combining them can lead to smarter investing decisions.

Fundamental vs. Technical Analysis

Fundamental analysis involves diving deep into a company’s financial statements, understanding its business model, and assessing its market value. It’s about the ‘health’ of a company. Technical analysis, on the other hand, looks at stock charts, trends, and historical price movements to predict future stock performance.

Our Approach at

“I tried investing without matrix analysis. Here’s my story of triumph turned into a nightmare.” At, we believe in the power of both methods but never by itself but rather when combined together. We utilize AI algorithms to process vast amounts of data from both fundamental and technical analysis to develop a comprehensive view of each stock which we call matrix analysis.

Integrating Both Methods

Combining fundamental and technical analysis allows us to create a holistic view of the stock market on a grid matrix system. We analyze various factors from both methods, such as balance sheets and market trends, converting them into percentages for easy comparison, this gives us something we call our Risk Score(Fundamental Analysis) and AI Market Outperformance Probability Score (Technical Analysis) . This gives us a unique ‘Matrix Analysis,’ which is like analyzing thousands of stock charts and financial statements simultaneously.


“Turns out, doing just one kind of analysis is only showing you half the picture which means the success of that method only gets you half the results.” In conclusion, while both fundamental and technical analysis have their strengths, integrating them provides a more rounded, robust approach to stock market investing. This combination is the cornerstone of our strategy at, providing our users with a revolutionary tool for their investment decisions.

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