In order to know when to buy and when to sell; we must analyses the market, based on what it has done in the past and how it is currently performing. There are two basic types of market analysis: Fundamental analysis and Technical analysis. We will briefly go over fundamental analysis but in this guide concentrate on more on technical analysis as this has become increasingly more en vogue with clients and sometimes confuses beginners to the market.
Although Forex trading can lead to very profitable results; there are substantial risk involved; exchange rate risk, interest risk, credit risk and event risk.
Fundamental analysis is a method of forecasting future price movements of a financial instrument based on economic, political environmental and other relevant factors, as well as data that would affect the basic supply and demand of whatever underlies the financial instrument. The fundamental analyst studies the causes of market movements, while the technical analyst studies the effect. Fundamental analyst is a macro, or strategic assessment of where a country should be traded, based on any criteria but the movement of the currency pair's itself. These criteria often include the economic conditions of the currency represents, monetary policies and other fundamental elements. Many profitable trades are made moment prior to, or shortly after, major economic announcements.
Technical analysis can be useful forecasting tools for the Forex trader. The categories and approaches in Forex technical analysis all aim to support the investor in determining his/ her view to support the forecast regarding the exchange rate of currency pairs.
What can you trade with Septa Fx?
Online foreign exchange trading is already one of the most popular financial markets to trade.View full list
Take position over 65+ shares across UK, US and European markets on popular shares.View full list
Trade on basket of top shares representing the performance of a country’s economy.View full list
Trade price movements of precious metals (gold and silver) as an alternative investment option.View full list