Diagnosing businesses requires having the solution of the “species” of a specific business in mind. Following the unicist evolution law, the first step to approach a diagnosis is to define and describe its fundamentals. Fundamentals define the “possibilities” of a business. Technical analysis defines the probabilities and validates the possibilities at an operational level.
The steps of a unicist business diagnosis are:
1) Fundamental analysis (the nature of the business)
2) Definition of the possibilities
3) Destructive and non-destructive pilot tests
4) Technical analysis
5) Action plans & Implementation
6) Monitoring & Feedback
The paradox is that fallacious conclusions are produced if diagnoses do not begin with the fundamental analysis but start with the technical analysis. But at the same time sound technical analytical knowledge is necessary to approach the nature of businesses. Technical analytical diagnoses only suffice in markets in which the demand exceeds the supply.
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