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(1) basic analysis: it is to combine all the information related to the market in a certain period, find out the intrinsic value of the market through scientific analysis methods, and compare it with the current actual value of the market, so as to draw the final conclusion.
Basic analysis belongs to the category of macroeconomics, the biggest advantage is its scientificity and rigor, causality is clear.
However, it lacks of operability for most investors in practical application.
There are mainly the following reasons :(a) in practical application, operators are required to have extremely high professional theoretical knowledge.
At present, many famous economists in China dare not claim to have a complete grasp of basic analysis, let alone ordinary investors.
(b) basic analysis requires complete and timely information and a comprehensive database at the same time.
Any information affecting market fluctuations, including insider information, market psychology, etc., should be collected in the first time, and the first time to analyze the impact on the market.
That is impossible for any economist, and even harder for ordinary investors.
(c) the most important point is that the basic analysis cannot be quantified. For example, the specific impact of the GDP data released by the federal reserve on the foreign exchange market and the price fluctuations of the number of points can not be reflected by specific figures.
The goal of our basic analysis is to view the problem comprehensively from the perspective of the market and grasp the general direction. The real trading still depends on technical analysis.

(2) technical analysis: it aims at predicting the future trend of market price changes and takes charts as the main means to study market behaviors, which is a perfect combination of different research approaches and professional fields.
Technical analysis has the following advantages over basic analysis :(a) it is operable.
In the final analysis, all the factors that affect the market are reflected in the trend of the chart by price. Therefore, we can basically grasp the pulse of the market by studying the trend of the chart, and the basic analysis is much inferior in this aspect.
(b) a high degree of flexibility.
The technical analysis method is the same in any speculative field, as long as the correct use method is mastered, you can follow multiple markets at the same time as you wish.
Because of the complexity of gathering information, most analysts who use basic analysis can only focus on one commodity or one area.
(c) applies to any time scale.
Technical analysis can be flexibly applied to different time scales. Whether it is medium - and long-term trend analysis or daily price changes, technical analysis can be easily solved, while basic analysis is only used in macroeconomic research.
(d) give clear buy and sell signals.
The greatest advantage of technical analysis is that it can find the market entry point through technical analysis in the transaction process, while basic analysis, no matter how perfect, can only give way to technical analysis in the actual transaction process.
Now there are some investors who don't believe in technical analysis and I think there are two main things that are going on here, either they don't understand technical analysis or they are influenced by stochastic theory.
According to the stochastic theory, price fluctuations are random fluctuations that are irregular, and it is impossible for analysts to predict the future trend of foreign exchange in random fluctuations.
My view is that currency movements can be random in the short term in light trading, but not random in the medium term.
I think a trained analyst can analyze future trends based on historical data.
Let me give you an example. It's like fu mingxia diving randomly every time.
It's as if China's soccer team is random when it makes it to the World Cup, and it's not random when it often fails to make it to the World Cup (it's also a matter of strength, it's a matter of poor technique and level).
At present, there are two methods of technical analysis: model analysis and chart analysis.

(1) model analysis is to use data to construct a model, so as to explain how one variable affects another variable, and to investigate whether one variable affects another variable.
For example, if you are interested in the issue that smoking is bad for your health, you will build a model to study the data on how smoking affects lung function and changes the body's metabolism, and analyze the process that smoking is bad for your health.
The advantage of this analysis method in foreign exchange analysis is that it can understand the whole process of foreign exchange trend (or factors affecting foreign exchange fluctuations), and the analysis results are scientific and accurate.
The downside: it's hard to build this model structure, and it's unworkable for most investors.

(2) according to the chart analysis, market behaviors include and digest everything, prices evolve in a trend manner, and history will repeat itself.
The advantages of this analysis method in foreign exchange analysis are: simple and easy to learn, and operable for most investors.
The downside: when more people are used, the effectiveness of the chart analysis results decreases.
My personal opinion: model analysis is suitable for investment Banks;
The chart analysis applies to small and medium-sized investors (the simpler, the more practical).