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Fundamentalist or Technicalist?


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Sininfinity

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I wonder, but from my experience technicalist use indicators too. Fundamentalist use indicators and even Sentimentalist LOL use their own indicators. Naked trading is indicator-less, use those candlestick as the indicators or a thing to decide your next step whether to open a position or closing the position, basically you just use it, so still use indicator to me.

 

Technically you are correct. lol Traders use methodologies which gives them indication of what market may do next. So it can be called indicators. But let's not over complicate things and the way each type of trader describes themselves will be better to call them that.


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We need to be wise with these things. It’s just not possible to succeed with just one way, so we need to be prepared for all! I always take both sides into consideration since I know the importance of each. I am able to do analysis myself, but I follow up my broker FreshForex. They are amazing with their mighty Market Analysis system, which covers the whole distance and helps me in really major way.

 

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I use both. I think that without fundamental and technical things there is something lacking in seeing the trend going forward (which is certainly a profitable trend)


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