The only downside of the story is that January is in midsummer in that country. The news was worthy of the basics of name? What about the trades of the season? Are technical or fundamental? Certainly not based on facts. Who knows if tomorrow will bring a season before? Who knows what the weather will be the same this summer as the last? They say that the rumor enter, exit at the facts. Is that technical or fundamental? Or is it just common sense? This chapter deals with the experience, but here's the catch: you must survive as an operator sufficient time to gain experience. Trinity Church on Wall Street shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand.
The experience will teach him that trade can not be placed in a box. The experience will take you to the realization that some of the best trades you will ever make come from experience, gut feelings and common sense. Experience will show that many large businesses are obtained by paying attention and learning to be an opportunist. The experience will take you to the point where it will take a handful of what others may call "building blocks", along with a pinch what some call "technical analysis" and combine them with a dollop of knowledge to succeed in making life in the markets.
Our understanding is that the fundamentals of the agreement with the known facts and published or unpublished information on the underlying commodity or instrument you want to negotiate. Because the statistics lie, governments lie with statistics, or sometimes do without realizing it, those who can afford and also have a need to spend tons of money doing your own research to get to your own body basic knowledge.