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What are two types of analysis?
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Member Since Jul 26, 2019  22 posts Kelvin (Fearlesswalker) May 30 at 14:21
Sometimes I think that technical analysis provides much more opportunities, but in any approach on the market there are a number of features that need to be studied qualitatively in order to allow you to act more freely and thoughtfully. The market is full of risks and dangers, and it is up to you whether you can handle them or not.


Member Since Jan 06, 2020  83 posts FundsProManager (TraderProHungary) May 31 at 08:32
But for me, Technical is my best

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Member Since Sep 12, 2017  65 posts lovefortrading (perryjohn765) Jun 03 at 10:27 (edited Jun 03 at 10:28 )
Technical analysis is the study of currency price movement on the charts while fundamental analysis takes a look at how the country’s economy is doing. Market sentiment analysis determines whether the market is bullish or bearish on the current or future fundamental outlook. All the analysis are important at one or the other point


Member Since Jun 02, 2020  4 posts ForexRealProfit (realprofitea) Jun 08 at 12:07
Dictiony posted:
I would like to know What are the two types of analysis and which is the best analysis and how to trade with it?

There are mainly 2 types of analysis i.e. Technical analysis & Fundamental analysis. In Technical analysis is used to classify patterns whereas fundamental analysis is used to classify economic data reports.

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Member Since Feb 12, 2020  14 posts Taeusz_1 (Taeusz1342354) Jun 09 at 11:35
Market analysis is a very important element in the activities of the trader.


Member Since Jun 09, 2020  14 posts Jeannette Bishop (jeannettebishop) Jun 18 at 11:13
2 types of analysis includes : fundamental & technical analysis. Both of the analysis are really important as fundamental will help you to know the current news of a particular pair which is in a bullish or a bearish trend. Whereas, technical analysis shows the valuation and price movements of currency pairs. For successful & profitable trading both of the analysis must be considered deeply.


Member Since Feb 12, 2020  11 posts Mariusz (Mariusz54546) Jun 19 at 11:01
Technical analysis
Fundamental analysis


Member Since Aug 02, 2019  11 posts BallyLemur Jun 19 at 11:53
technical - charts
fundamental - economic analysius


Member Since Jul 23, 2020  141 posts SofieAndreasen Aug 10 at 17:57
There are two types of analysis: fundamentals analysis and technical analysis. Technical analysis includes studies such as price trends, charts, indicators, support and resistance. Fundamental analysis includes reports of economic data such as news, GDP growth and inflation rates, national political and social events to reach the true value of the national currency. Both analyses are important.


Member Since Jul 19, 2020  135 posts Michihito Aug 11 at 05:33
There are three types of analysis. Technical analysis, Fundamental Analysis and Sentimental Analysis. Technical analysis is easier as fundamental analysis requires deep knowledge of economic factors of a country. But all three are important to understand the market.

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