A1 Trading Company

Fundamental Analysis Course

Most traders make their trading decisions based on technical analysis such as price patterns, moving averages, indicators, etc. While these technical patterns are valuable, they fail to reveal the full picture. Incorporating fundamental analysis in confluence with technical analysis will help you get a clear understanding of the market.

What is Fundamental Analysis?

Fundamental analysis (FA) is a method of measuring a security's intrinsic value by examining related economic and financial factors (Investopedia).

Basically, fundamentals tell the true story of the market - and how to potentially forecast it! 

What We Look For:

To build a fundamental bias we look at events related to:

Economic Figures

Institutional Activity

Political and Geopolitical Events

Monetary Policy /Central Banks

Retail Sentiment

Seasonality Trends

Where Can You Find Fundamental Data?

Fundamental data is found on multiple websites. Here are our recommended premium and free resources:
Find it all on one dashboard!

With the A1 EdgeFinder

The EdgeFinder takes fundamental data and creates easy to understand visuals. The tool also generates buy and sell biases based on the data received. 


Or get the data for free on various websites:
Yahoo FinanceIg.comMyfxbook.comOANDA's Marketpulse

Dive into Fundamentals!

Start a lesson to learn how to trade with the following data:
Fundamental Analysis Guide

Economic Indicators

We look at GDP growth, inflation, unemployment, interest rates

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Fundamental Analysis Guide

Monetary Policy / Tracking Central Banks

Tracking what the federal banks do and plan to do is essential in a currency’s strength

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Fundamental Analysis Guide

Retail Sentiment vs Smart Money

Sentiment analysis is fundamental in trading analytics. Most investors look to others to see what they’re investing in before they start investing.

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Fundamental Analysis Guide

Geopolitical Events

Geopolitical risks are factors that can affect the way nations interact with each other. These sorts of conflicts influence market sentiment or even a nation’s GDP. Depending on the type of conflict, certain markets can either suffer or prosper.

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Fundamental Analysis Guide

Seasonality Trends

Identifying historical “tendencies” in markets

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Fundamental Analysis Videos

Watch our videos on fundamental analysis

How to Use Fundamental Analysis in Forex: Free Course!

with TraderNick

Forex Fundamentals EXPLAINED: How to Trade GDP Growth Figures like a Pro!

with TraderNick

Mastering Fundamental Analysis in Forex: The Ultimate Guide! | Free Forex Course

with TraderNick
There is a significant degree of risk involved in trading securities. With respect to foreign exchange trading, there is considerable risk exposure, including but not limited to, leverage, creditworthiness, limited regulatory protection and market volatility that may substantially affect the price, or liquidity of a currency or currency pair. CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. The vast majority of retail client accounts lose money when trading in CFDs. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
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