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Tutorials Fundamental Analysis 101

Fundamental Analysis 101

06 – Using the Dollar Index

Another useful tool in fundamental analysis is using the U.S. dollar index or USDX for short. This keeps track of the dollar's performance against...

05 – Taking Advantage of Carry Trade

With interest rates dictating the rate of return for holding assets denominated in the local currency, forex traders also pay special attention to interest...

04 – Understanding Market Sentiment

Briefly introduced in the earlier sections is the concept of market sentiment, which involves gauging whether traders are in the mood to take on...

03 – Correlations in Other Financial Markets

Aside from watching economic data releases or keeping track of central bank policy biases, monitoring other financial markets can also be helpful in predicting...

02 – Economic Releases You Can Trade

The forex economic calendar is one of the most useful tools for traders, especially those who incorporate fundamental analysis in determining their currency biases....

01 – Monetary Policy and Central Banks

Monetary policy and interest rate expectations play a central role in fundamental analysis, as these determine the rate of return for holding a country's...

00 – A Beginner’s Guide to Fundamental Analysis

What is Fundamental Analysis? Fundamental analysis mostly refers to the use of economic data to predict forex price movements. While technical analysis focuses on historical...
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