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What are two types of analysis?
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Biedrs kopš Apr 01, 2020  130 ieraksti Dictiony Apr 23 at 05:24
I would like to know What are the two types of analysis and which is the best analysis and how to trade with it?


Biedrs kopš Oct 19, 2019  32 ieraksti richard2 Apr 23 at 06:51
The two types of analysis are fundamental and technical analysis. Both are important.


Biedrs kopš Apr 01, 2020  130 ieraksti Dictiony May 21 at 00:28
There are countless ways to analyze the Forex market and make predictions. Among all those ways of analysis, these three types of Forex analysis are the most popular ones:

 Technical analysis
 Fundamental analysis
 Sentiment analysis


Biedrs kopš Apr 28, 2020  50 ieraksti Evelyn55 May 22 at 07:45
richard2 posted:
The two types of analysis are fundamental and technical analysis. Both are important.

Yeah. Those are the main ones.


Biedrs kopš Aug 16, 2019  11 ieraksti PitCarry May 22 at 10:26
It is best to treat them as complimentary rather than separate. I use fundamental analysis to get the long term trend and then use technical analysis to get my entries right


Biedrs kopš Sep 26, 2019  16 ieraksti Oghmage May 25 at 15:43
Technical analysis includes a large number of methods, ranging from simple visual analysis of graphs with reference to different graphic models, to the use of sophisticated computer analysis methods.
Fundamental Analysis is a comprehensive method of analysis and includes analysis of all fundamental macroeconomic indicators, monetary policy, political situation, social and natural phenomena, news, rumors and expectations, both in individual countries and on the world stage in general, in order to investigate the possible impact of the above aspects on currency movements.
As we have already written above, they shouldn't be considered separately as they connected.


Biedrs kopš Apr 25, 2020  76 ieraksti Kazile May 29 at 08:51
There are two types of analysis, technical and fundamental, they are both good in their own way, but you need to determine and work with the one that will be more convenient.


Biedrs kopš Aug 14, 2018  11 ieraksti LeadPellet May 29 at 12:53
Type 1 - Good analysis
Type 2 - Bad analysis

+Good analysis = assessing fundamental and technical signs from the market. Using good risk management technique
- Bad analysis = using no strategy and basing everything on gut instinct. Not using a stop loss.


Biedrs kopš Oct 19, 2019  34 ieraksti Johny_tr May 30 at 08:52
Technical and Fundamental.


Biedrs kopš Jan 06, 2020  83 ieraksti FundsProManager (TraderProHungary) May 30 at 10:22
Technical and Fundamental, anyone in forex should already know this

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