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Making An Accurate Forex Market Analysis Can Be Difficult, But Also Very Rewarding

By Robert Horry

If you are going to make reliable Forex market analysis there are two main types of analyses that you will need to learn to use. Both Forex market analysis methods require that you learn to anticipate the probable course of movement of a particular currency: one method is known as the fundamental analysis method while the other method is known as technical analysis.

Fundamental Analysis

When it concerns this kind of Forex market analysis you will need to learn about the underlying factors that cause a currency to move in a particular direction. Furthermore, to use this option requires understanding the world economy and also individual and local economies of various nations whose currency you plan to trade in. The healthier an economy the more robust its currency will be and vice versa.

This in turn means that when it concerns fundamental Forex market analysis you need to go over the periodic financial statements and reports issued by a nation concerning its GDP (gross domestic product) and its state of debt, and inflationary rates and levels of employment and deficits in trade. With such information you can analyze the data and then predict in which direction that nation’s currency will move. Also, you will need to factor in political as well as social events taking place in the nation as these too influence a currency.

Technical Analysis

The technical Forex market analysis method is based around those charts that help in identifying trends as well as patterns in a particular currency’s movements. When it comes to using technical analyses there are hundreds of indicators that you need to study that show which direction a currency is expected to move in. However, using this option does mean expending a great deal of time and effort that is needed to study all the available indicators.

When it comes to picking the best Forex market analysis method there is no unanimity as to which option is the better one. What’s more, most traders will rely on one or the other method and so will have different points of view. It is however safe to say that both methods can be used together since they are not mutually exclusive. Fundamental analysis is generally considered as a Forex market analysis method that is based on people’s emotions while the technical analysis method is more logical. A combination of both emotions and logic should work well.

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