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    Fundamental analisys vs technical analisys

    which you prefer? and which method you apply?(supply and demand,pattern,fibo...)

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    Which ever strategy you make on base on any indicator will be lagging , follow the PRICE ACTION METHOD...

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    RSI is not lagging, but i get what you mean, most smoothing algos implies lagging the signals, there is no way around that
    and the more you smooth, the more you lag... it would be great to have an indi that smoothes but not lags as much

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    I really like fundamental better because technical is a bit irregular!

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    Fundamental analysis is more theoretical because it seeks to determine the underlying long-term value of a security. Technical analysis can be considered to be the more practical because it studies the markets and financial instruments

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    I think there are three factors you need to take into account - the macro picture, order flow and technical analysis. The macro angle covers things like interest rates and geopolitical factors, order flow is about things like COT reports and options, and price action is about what's happening right now in the market. Get a grasp on all three and you're way ahead. It's a lot of work, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jainme View Post
    I really like fundamental better because technical is a bit irregular!
    Forex is very irregular compared to stocks. I don't see how you can get a good edge in Forex but I'm willing to learn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beemole View Post
    Forex is very irregular compared to stocks. I don't see how you can get a good edge in Forex but I'm willing to learn!
    Follow the order flow!

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    I am fully technical analysis on the short term. Fundamental analysis is better if you are a long term trader.

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    I would always go for technical analysis over fundamental

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