Fundamental works 100% because market moves based on the fundamental. But the question is do you have that much knowledge to analyse and predict the future of an economy or your fundamental analysis is based on what some experts are saying on different platform. If you are doing the second one, you are just gambling.
If that be the case, every one of us would have been following it and earning without losing. Nothing works 100% in trading. We can only try to predict the markets closely through different types of analysis. Besides, it is not possible for scalpers to rely on fundamental analysis, technical analysis works great for them.
Fundamental analysis can help you to speculate the future price movements and help you make informed decisions. However, it is of no use if you don’t know how to read charts or analyse the market trends. Both are equally important for a long-term trader.
UweMoench posted: Fundamental works 100% because market moves based on the fundamental. But the question is do you have that much knowledge to analyse and predict the future of an economy or your fundamental analysis is based on what some experts are saying on different platform. If you are doing the second one, you are just gambling.
Fundamental analysis is very important in this market.
Yes, fundamental is important, but maybe sometimes fundamental news make a confusion where data releases have various value, like as inflation rise is bad for the economy, but another news maybe giving good impact like as unemployment change was low, so whatever trading strategy based fundamental or technical need always risk management
Fundamentals give a trader the knowledge needed to understand how things work, and fundamental analysis is just that. Make sure you learn the basics because you will be more confident and understand what you are doing.
Fundamentals do work in Forex! The foundation of trading is interpreting the market, connecting with it, and moving through its trends. When you are trading in the Forex market, you are actually predicting the future value of the currency you are trading. Fundamentals help you to predict the direction and duration of that movement.
No doubts that fundamental analysis works on hundred percent. In my opinion, the matter here is that it can work only in right hands. If you are not an experienced trader, then perhaps nothing will work in your hands and there is no fault of yours, it's just trading. If you will gain enough experience and knowledge, then of course, everything will work in your hands. As far as I concerned, fundamental analysis mainly work all the time, because there is nothing difficult in it. Of course, you have to own skills how to analyze the news and you should learn how to operate with economical calendar.
FXOday posted: Yes, fundamental is important, but maybe sometimes fundamental news make a confusion where data releases have various value, like as inflation rise is bad for the economy, but another news maybe giving good impact like as unemployment change was low, so whatever trading strategy based fundamental or technical need always risk management
If the fundamental news is published, the market is volatile. In this case, no momentum can be estimated. This creates confusion and if traded at this moment, the chances of loss are high.
Understanding the fundamentals is a crucial part of trading, especially if you are a novice trader who has never traded before. While you can study the price movements on charts, to know the reasons behind these price movements you need to study fundamental factors. In Forex and any other market, it's very important to have a good grasp of the most important concepts to be able to trade successfully.
The longer the timeframe you hold a position on (like weeks, months, or even years), the more fundamental analysis plays a part in one's trading. In shorter time-frames, it is less relevant or even non-existent but technical analysis plays a big part.
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To understand and forecast the market, there is no alternative to fundamental analysis. In this kind of analysis, all the market aspects, global and geopolitical condition are considered. It provides an ultimate view of the market and traders can easily identify the movement of the market that helps generate a signal.
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