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technical or fundamental

May 29 at 23:58
8 Replies
Member Since Mar 21, 2023   22 posts
May 29 at 23:58
which is your favorite, technical analysis or fundamental analysis? why??
Member Since May 10, 2023   44 posts
May 30 at 11:25
The choice between technical and fundamental analysis often depends on an individual's trading goals. Technical analysis is for short-term trading, fundamental analysis is for long-term.
For my opinion, it's important to consider both approaches and integrate them into a comprehensive trading strategy. Many traders use a combination of technical and fundamental analysis to gain a more holistic understanding of the market.
Member Since Oct 21, 2022   9 posts
May 30 at 14:33
I used a technical analisys. Fundamental seems me too complicated. Then I prefered to trade on low timeframe.
Member Since Apr 26, 2023   25 posts
Jun 05 at 15:47
Oh, that's a tough one! If I had to choose, I'd say my favorite is technical analysis. Why? Well, I find it fascinating to study price patterns, chart indicators, and historical data to predict future market movements.
Member Since Mar 16, 2023   28 posts
Jun 06 at 23:07
I guess they are not separatable. you need to know about the both of them first fundamental and then technical to know when to open an order.
Member Since Apr 15, 2015   66 posts
Jun 07 at 01:24 (edited Jun 07 at 01:25)
both not working, nothing is real
Member Since May 01, 2017   13 posts
Jun 07 at 10:52
I like to wait for technical set ups after fundamental news events. (as long as the technical set ups align with the fundamental data)
Member Since Mar 31, 2021   221 posts
Jun 07 at 11:21
Most of all traders prefer to choose the technical analysis. It is simpler and suitable for short-term trading.
Think thrice before opening an order
Member Since Jun 08, 2023   8 posts
Jun 09 at 12:37
Hello maya95! It's a classic question: technical analysis or fundamental analysis? Well, personally, I'm a fan of technical analysis, and here's why:

Technical analysis is like my trusty sidekick. It focuses on studying price charts, patterns and indicators to make investment decisions. I find it fascinating how historical price data can reveal recurring patterns and trends. It helps me identify potential entry and exit points, set stop-loss and take-profit levels and manage risk.

One of the things I like most about technical analysis is its versatility. It can be applied to any financial instrument and any time horizon. Whether I'm day trading, swing trading or even investing for the long term, technical analysis has my back.

It also suits my trading style, as I am more of a short-term trader who enjoys capturing shorter price movements. Technical analysis helps me identify short-term trends and take advantage of quick profit opportunities.

That said, I recognize the value of fundamental analysis. It is critical to keep an eye on economic indicators, news and company fundamentals, especially in long-term investments. However, when it comes to my core business, technical analysis takes the cake.

In the end, it's all about finding what works best for you. Some traders bet on fundamental analysis and thrive on macroeconomic factors, while others, like me, are comfortable with chart patterns and signals. Experiment, learn and find your own trading style. Remember that there is no right or wrong answer. The most important thing is to stay disciplined, manage risk and enjoy the journey.

Keep learning, stay curious and may the markets always be in your favor!
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