Fundamental analysis is the analysis of economic, social and political data reflecting and quantifying economic situation for the purpose of determining movements in the future. Analysts are divided into two, technical and basis analysts.
Technical analysts can not ignore the effects and timing of explanations related to economy. Basis analysts can not also ignore various signals obtained form volatility and price levels in the past.
While making analysis, taking account of all explanations, data and news relevant to economic, social and social situations of countries are really difficult especially in today’s global market. However, as various basic indicators of economies are understood and these indicators are examined deeply, analysis of financial markets develops substantially.
Indefinite explanation is made about economy. Meeting economic calendar more closely, trying to understand the nature and possible impacts of data are important. But, on the other hand, failing to perform an efficient analysis by coming to a deadlock due to excessive information is also very easy.
As great numbers of economic data is available, setting sight on basic data mobilizing prices is more important rather than obtaining little information about a great deal of data.