Technical or Fundamental Analysis?

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    varapau
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    One thing is very much clear; it is that analyzing is the MOST important thing for any trader, so that’s why it must be done very carefully. But which type of analysis you prefer more?

    Do you prefer Technical or Fundamental way? I know both are great but which one is on your list of priority to do?

    Leave your comments

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    #1594

    Aaron
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    I think you are in the wrong zone. There should never be “OR” thing here. Technical and Fundamental are the major aspect of any traders toolkit.

    If you wish to have a serious career then you can’t focus on one, it is must to do both. It might be challenging but if you are not good enough then you are just not good enough!

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    #1668

    DDRB
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    If you could do it then both of these are obviously necessary. But obviously, it’s a lot easier than doing. I really enjoyed doing Technical analysis, but results are not all that attractive, so that’s why I moved towards Fundamental more, but that is not easy and you need to be extremely sharp. I have managed to get decent results so far, I hope it continues that way ahead too.

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    #1699

    OctaFX_Farid
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    I love doing trading through indicators like SAR, as it is a lot easier and extremely simpler too. But it is not something that comes with so straight forward; it comes with a lot of hard work and effort, if we are able to manage that then we will be able to gain extremely nicely.

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    #1731

    McCoy
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    I just try to work it all out. I am no master to anything, but just try to work out whatever I could. I follow sites like Bloomberg, Investing and few others; it helps me with deciding how to go about working.

    If we have that right, then we could make fairly good returns without any major issue at all.

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    #1754

    miki123
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    A truly expert guy will certainly like to have mastery over both. I think it is not possible to succeed in just one way. It is far better and rewarding if we could do both, but obviously, the thing is far tougher than it looks. That’s why we need to be ready to put our foot down on learning, as only then we will be able to move forward in order to manage! I only can do Technical not Fundamental, but I am trying to learn out.

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    #1777

    Isk
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    Miki123, I understand where you coming from, but honestly, that level is not achieved in days or months, it takes years!

    In fact, I believe you need at least 7-8 years of experience, and also sufficient knowledge to be able to manage it. If you think it is going to be happening overnight or in few days, then that is very STUPID!

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    #1975

    Alex
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    If one truly desires to be successful, then he MUST ensure he keeps eye on both. One way doesn’t work in bringing sufficient rewards; therefore, it is absolutely critical to have the hands on both.

    That is exactly what I do with help of CryptoNewsTrends[/URL], it works incredibly well for me. Not only its non-stop news providing site but also one that you can truly bank upon and allows you to trade into world of Cryptocurrencies in rather smooth way!

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