FUNDAMENTAL and TECHNICAL GROUPS
When it comes to determining what to trade or not to trade, and when to trade it, we as traders are faced with the problem of how we are going to go about making these decisions. The path we decide to take falls within two camps of thought, that of using Fundamental Analysis or Technical Analysis.
Although many who learn about trading Futures and Commodities start out thinking that making decisions whether to buy or sell starts out with knowing if there is a drought, flood, big or small harvest (Fundamental group), most end up looking for answers within the Technical group using indicators on price charts. Naturally there are those that will glean from both groups to help them make trading decisions.
But whatever group one subscribes to, whether it be Fundamental Analysis or Technical Analysis, there are no easy answers to what one should buy or sell, or when. In other words, you are not likely to find a trading plan that is both consistently profitable and requires no effort on your part as a trader.
SUCCESS is NOT INTENDED TO BE EASY
Let's face it. If trading success were to be easy to attain, everyone would be successful. Can we agree on that? In reality, the percentages clearly show that only a minority of those who trade can be considered successful at it. This small percentage of traders had to do something that most traders are not willing to do, they had to be willing to sacrifice their time and resources in order to achieve.
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