How To Combine Technical And Fundamental Analysis For A Successful Trading Strategy

Many traders these days are convinced that technical analysis is the only way to go with trading the currencies, but Jarratt Davis, the Forex Trader shows his own twist on using Fundamental Analysis in combination with Technical Analysis to become a success trader. Watch this video to understand how you to combine what you learn about chart patterns to what's happening in the markets.
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Many traders these days are convinced that technical analysis is the only way to go with trading the currencies, but Jarratt Davis, the Forex Trader shows his own twist on using Fundamental Analysis in combination with Technical Analysis to become a success trader.

Watch this video to understand how you to combine what you learn about chart patterns to what’s happening in the markets.

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Blackstone Futures
Haroun Kola

Market Outlook Commentary – 09 January 2019

The market continued to monitor US – Chinese trade negotiations and the dollar spent most of the day weaker against the major currencies. It is understood that the US are confident that a settlement on trade with China is likely, but there is going to have to be far reaching structural changes and compliance which will prove to be more challenging.

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Haroun Kola

IronFX Daily Commentary by Marios Hadjikyriacos 11/11/2016

Will Trump make the US dollar ‘great again’? Investors keep speculating over the possible effects of ‘Trumpenomics’. They have been betting on higher US inflation, possibly due to more government spending and increased tariffs. Higher inflation means the Fed may have to raise rates faster than previously. This explains USD strength after the election.

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