The regular market theory offers to study macroeconomic data including not only regional data but also trading sector data.
It includes data of: the state budget, production, sales, industrial capacity, food supplies, prices, credits, unemployment level, etc.
Cause and effect relationship among the factors which form the base of the driving force are taken into consideration as well.
It is complicated to use this data during the day except for determining the possible market sentiment.
As a result the macroeconomic data is used in the long-term perspective.
In contrast with the technical analysis which can provide quite an exact forecast with some deviations, the fundamental analysis has sometimes too many deviations and frequently it does not have clear-cut conclusions.
Consequently relying only on the fundamental analysis, there is a high probability to make a wrong guess due to a big number of influential factors.
According to the results of surveys conducted in one of the US magazines, the economists who based their forecasts on fundamental analysis dropped bollocks of four crises out of five.
This fact can be explained by a situation when following and analyzing the interconnection within one economic sector of the region, there is always other data from another region which can influence on the market sentiment.
Thus, it is recommended to take into account both a fundamental and a technical analysis to achieve maximum profit and get help in forecasting the instrument movement on the trading platform.