How can Fundamental Analysis help you trade better? Well for starters it will make sense when prices become more volatile. Let's assume you understand the Basics of FX and want to continue with Fundamental Analysis the first thing you need to know is how to use an Economic Calendar. Also, when you talk about Fundamental Analysis make sure you understand the terms of demand and supply. Fundamental Events are occurring on daily basis and some proved not to be as volatile.
During such events, assets can gain or lose value in a dramatic way and its called VOLATILITY. However, on many occasions, traders lost money even though the announcement was positive traders missed the entry point. So to summarise traders took a gamble if to BUY or SELL and lost money or broke even. The explanation is that the market moved so fast that traders didn't have time to react. The most dangerous approach when trading on volatility is to get a wrong Fundamental Analysis reading. Also, every time you access an Economic Calendar make sure to check Previous data and Forecast data. Other major fundamental events are Central Banks meetings or Crude Oil Inventories. However, to fully grasp the meaning of Fundamental Analysis you have to go beyond terminology.
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