Since that time you've been much more focused on combining technical and fundamental analysis to form your own unique investment style, would you be able to give our readers an insight into your investing strategy?
Actually, I am going to disappoint you a bit on this one. My complete investment plan is set out in my book Building Wealth in the Stock Market. You may not believe it (many don't), but EVERYTHING I do is in the book. So, to find out what I do, you need to read the book. If I tried to explain it all here, it would be a re-write of the book and take months.
However, I will comment on one very important aspect:
Fundamental analysis gives insights into relative value, but little with respect to timing. I use some key ratios to help me to buy relatively undervalued companies and therefore give me a margin of safety.
Technical analysis (charting mainly) gives insights into timing, but little with respect to value. I use charting to time my entry, position-building, sell stops and exits.
Using them properly in this way gives me the best of both worlds, because I use them for what they are good for.
I don't regard what I do as being unique. I have learned everything I know from those who have gone before me. None of it is original‚ there are few truly original ideas in investing. The only thing that distinguishes my methods is the way I have combined all the elements into a complete investment plan.