Yes, fundamental analysis is also important for trading. You can not make sure that only with technical analysis you will make profit, as if there is any event release the market becomes much volatile and your technical analysis won’t work at that time.
I prefer using a combination of Fundamental Analysis and Technical Analysis. On the fundamental front, I give a lot of importance to economic data of G7 nations and China and when it comes to identifying trends and making entry/exit decisions, Technical Analysis is the tool that I refer to.
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