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Purpose of Fundamental Analysis in Forex Trading – Trade With Market

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Let's talk about you! We welcome anyone with a clear mind and a desire to learn, feel free to post anything on the subreddit (as long as it relates to trading, markets, politics, or economics!). We would love new community members, who knows? maybe this sub will have the most educated minds in this industry!
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How does Tariffs affect the Forex market? LEARNING FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS MADE EASY

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seeking for forex fundamental analysis mentor

Hello everyone. i'm looking for a forex FA mentor. I've been trading for about a year now but only technical analysis. Im highly convinced that learning FA gives you a better edge at trading in the forex market. Please PM me im desperate
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What is the book about Fundamental analysis for trading in Forex ?

I’m trying to understand what is going on in the world. And how these changes in world economies have big affects on Forex.
Can you recommend a good book or articles about the subject ?
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Looking for someone to collaborate with in exploring some of the fundamental questions in algo trading in relation to quantitative analysis and the Forex market specifically.

I got interested in both algo trading and Forex about the same time. I figured that if I was going to trade in the Forex market or any market there after, I was going to use algorithms to do the trading for me. I wanted to minimize the "human factor" from the trading equation. With the research I have done so far, it seems that human psychology and its volatile nature can skew ones ability to make efficient and logical trades consistently. I wanted to free myself from that burden and focus on other areas, specifically in creating a system that would allow me to generate algorithms that are profitable more often then not.
Consistently generating strategies that are more profitable then not is no easy task. There are a lot of questions one must first answer (to a satisfactory degree) before venturing forward in to the unknown abyss, lest you waste lots of time and money mucking about in the wrong direction. These following questions are what I have been trying to answer because I believe the answers to them are vital in pointing me in the right direction when it comes to generating profitable strategies.
Can quantitative analysis of the Forex market give an edge to a retail trader?
Can a retail trader utilize said edge to make consistent profits, within the market?
Are these profits enough to make a full time living on?
But before we answer these questions, there are even more fundamental questions that need to be answered.
To what degree if any is back-testing useful in generating successful algo strategies?
Are the various validation testing procedures such as monte carlo validation, multi market analysis, OOS testing, etc... useful when trying to validate a strategy and its ability to survive and thrive in future unseen markets?
What are the various parameters that are most successful? Example... 10% OOS, 20% OOS, 50%......?
What indicators if any are most successful in helping generate profitable strategies?
What data horizons are best suited to generate most successful strategies?
What acceptance criteria correlate with future performance of a strategy? Win/loss ratios, max draw-down, max consecutive losses, R2, Sharpe.....?
What constitutes a successful strategy? Low decay period? High stability? Shows success immediately once live? What is its half life? At what point do you cut it loose and say the strategy is dead? Etc....
And many many more fundamental questions....
As you can see answering these questions will be no easy or fast task, there is a lot of research and data mining that will have to be done. I like to approach things from a purely scientific method, make no assumptions about anything and use a rigorous approach when testing, validating any and all conclusions. I like to see real data and correlations that are actually there before I start making assumptions.
The reason I am searching for these answers is because, they are simply not available out on the internet. I have read many research papers on-line, and articles on this or that about various topics related to Forex and quantitative analysis, but whatever information there is, its very sparse or very vague (and there is no shortage of disinformation out there). So, I have no choice but to answer these questions myself.
I have and will be spending considerable time on the endeavour, but I am also not delusional, there is only so much 1 man can do and achieve with the resources at his disposal. And at the end of the whole thing, I can at least say I gave it a good try. And along the way learn some very interesting things (already had a few eureka moments).
Mo workflow so far has consisted of using a specific (free) software package that generate strategies. You can either use it to auto generate strategies or create very specific rules yourself and create the strategies from scratch. I am not a coder so I find this tool quite useful. I mainly use this tool to do lots of hypothesis testing as I am capable of checking for any possible correlations in the markets very fast, and then test for the significance if any of said correlations.
Anyways who I am looking for? Well if you are the type of person that has free time on their hands, is keen on the scientific method and rigorous testing and retesting of various hypothesis, hit me up. You don't need to be a coder or have a PHD in statistics. Just someone who is interested in answering the same questions I am.
Whats the end goal? I want to answer enough of these questions with enough certainty, whereby I can generate profitable algo strategies consistently. OR, maybe the answer is that It cant be done by small fry such as a retail trader. And that answer would be just as satisfactory, because It could save me a lot more time and money down the road, because I could close off this particular road and look elsewhere to make money.
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What are some good Forex Fundamental Analysis book for beginners?

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I entered a short USDJPY position before market close, this is why... *NOT A TRADING SIGNAL, THOUGHTS ON FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS*

It seems stupid to trade against the dollar right now, huh? Well, I think there is potentially a good early shorting opportunity against the Yen. This is why...
The fundamental view...
  1. The BOJ intervened in the Forex markets on Thursday 22nd September. This is just the start. I understand that the BOJ are doing this by themselves (without the support of the Fed or other economic powers) but they definitely have some Yen buying power - what a move they caused on Thursday! The BOJ could definitely cause at least one or two more moves like this, and I really wouldn't mind being on the right direction of those moves. I understand that the BOJ's buying power may not outweigh the current USD buying power, but this leads me to my second point...
  2. Dollar is king right now. No one would disagree with that. After this weeks moves though - and I guess the moves from the last couple of months - I think the dollar buying could finally lose some steam. I am not suggesting that the selling is over, but the bulk of selling may becoming to an end, which could mean the JPY could have the upper hand when it comes to buying power. The markets seem to have finally accepted the reality of recession and high inflation, which is currently being priced in - hopefully "fully" priced in within the coming days. Even if dollar pairs bounce for a few days, this could give the JPY the weight it needs to bring USDJPY down.
  3. For those willing to trade against the dollar right now, or trade against the dollar in coming days or weeks, which non-Dollar currency are people going to buy? The pound?! No. The Euro?! No. Maybe the Australian Dollar but the Yen - who's central bank is actively intervening to strengthen it - seems like the obvious choice to me.
The technical view...
  1. I am not sure what I can post here without making this a trading signal, so I need to be careful...
  2. From what I can see, price is currently hitting key Fib levels based on Thursday's move and is also testing key moving averages on the 1 hour and 4 hour time-frames. Seems like a good entry to me. USDJPY is also historically far from it's weekly moving averages, suggesting that some sort of downside may be due.
Obviously, price could continue to move higher. If it does, I will look for technical reasons to sell based on my fundamental beliefs.
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Looking for someone to collaborate with in exploring some of the fundamental questions in algo trading in relation to quantitative analysis and the Forex market specifically.

I got interested in both algo trading and Forex about the same time. I figured that if I was going to trade in the Forex market or any market there after, I was going to use algorithms to do the trading for me. I wanted to minimize the "human factor" from the trading equation. With the research I have done so far, it seems that human psychology and its volatile nature can skew ones ability to make efficient and logical trades consistently. I wanted to free myself from that burden and focus on other areas, specifically in creating a system that would allow me to generate algorithms that are profitable more often then not.
Consistently generating strategies that are more profitable then not is no easy task. There are a lot of questions one must first answer (to a satisfactory degree) before venturing forward in to the unknown abyss, lest you waste lots of time and money mucking about in the wrong direction. These following questions are what I have been trying to answer because I believe the answers to them are vital in pointing me in the right direction when it comes to generating profitable strategies.
Can quantitative analysis of the Forex market give an edge to a retail trader?
Can a retail trader utilize said edge to make consistent profits, within the market?
Are these profits enough to make a full time living on?
But before we answer these questions, there are even more fundamental questions that need to be answered.
To what degree if any is back-testing useful in generating successful algo strategies?
Are the various validation testing procedures such as monte carlo validation, multi market analysis, OOS testing, etc... useful when trying to validate a strategy and its ability to survive and thrive in future unseen markets?
What are the various parameters that are most successful? Example... 10% OOS, 20% OOS, 50%......?
What indicators if any are most successful in helping generate profitable strategies?
What data horizons are best suited to generate most successful strategies?
What acceptance criteria correlate with future performance of a strategy? Win/loss ratios, max draw-down, max consecutive losses, R2, Sharpe.....?
What constitutes a successful strategy? Low decay period? High stability? Shows success immediately once live? What is its half life? At what point do you cut it loose and say the strategy is dead? Etc....
And many many more fundamental questions....
As you can see answering these questions will be no easy or fast task, there is a lot of research and data mining that will have to be done. I like to approach things from a purely scientific method, make no assumptions about anything and use a rigorous approach when testing, validating any and all conclusions. I like to see real data and correlations that are actually there before I start making assumptions.
The reason I am searching for these answers is because, they are simply not available out on the internet. I have read many research papers on-line, and articles on this or that about various topics related to Forex and quantitative analysis, but whatever information there is, its very sparse or very vague (and there is no shortage of disinformation out there). So, I have no choice but to answer these questions myself.
I have and will be spending considerable time on the endeavour, but I am also not delusional, there is only so much 1 man can do and achieve with the resources at his disposal. And at the end of the whole thing, I can at least say I gave it a good try. And along the way learn some very interesting things (already had a few eureka moments).
Mo workflow so far has consisted of using a specific (free) software package that generate strategies. You can either use it to auto generate strategies or create very specific rules yourself and create the strategies from scratch. I am not a coder so I find this tool quite useful. I mainly use this tool to do lots of hypothesis testing as I am capable of checking for any possible correlations in the markets very fast, and then test for the significance if any of said correlations.
Anyways who I am looking for? Well if you are the type of person that has free time on their hands, is keen on the scientific method and rigorous testing and retesting of various hypothesis, hit me up. You don't need to be a coder or have a PHD in statistics. Just someone who is interested in answering the same questions I am.
Whats the end goal? I want to answer enough of these questions with enough certainty, whereby I can generate profitable algo strategies consistently. OR, maybe the answer is that It cant be done by small fry such as a retail trader. And that answer would be just as satisfactory, because It could save me a lot more time and money down the road, because I could close off this particular road and look elsewhere to make money.
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Best resources for understanding and tracking fundamental analysis in forex

Ever since starting my journey with forex a couple of months ago I was amazed with the technical aspect of trading particularly indicators (not price action perse). After some time researching and testing different technical strategies I came to a conclusion that technical analysis wasn't for me because I was doubting myself on every trade I was placijg which made me lose a considerable amount of money.
Now these last couple of weeks I started reading and understanding price action (more or less the basics) and how to use it for trading on longer timeframes. My trading improved by quite a margin with this change and I am much more comfortable in terms of risk management and trade setting. However, now i want to take my trading to the next level and therefore would like to start to introduce some fundamental analysis into my trading to further filter bad trades. By trade I am a software developer and would like to maybe some day build something that could analyse the fundamentals and produce a bit of analysis on what to buy/sell/avoid.
What are some resources that could explain all of the different types of fundamentals that exist in the world of forex. Also are there any prominent websites that publish such information?
TIA
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I entered a short USDJPY position before market close, this is why... *NOT A TRADING SIGNAL, THOUGHTS ON FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS*

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I entered a short USDJPY position before market close, this is why... *NOT A TRADING SIGNAL, THOUGHTS ON FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS*

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Peloton fundamental analysis and valuation - The market is irrational!

Peloton has been a public company for less than 3 years and its share price has been all over the place. It is now down over 90% since its all-time high back at the end of December 2022 and the volatility has been crazy.
The goal of this post is to analyze the company's fundamentals, lay down some assumptions about the future, and value the company as a whole.
Feedback is always welcomed!

What is Peloton?
In a nutshell, it is a company that's making money by offering:
- Connected fitness products - Exercise equipment (bikes, treads, and soon rowing machines)
- Subscriptions - Media content related to fitness (pilates, strength training, stretching, yoga, meditation)
- Fitness apparel (insignificant in terms of revenue at this very moment)

The hype
As we all know, the pandemic caused this company's share price to go through the roof. The demand for their products skyrocketed thanks to the lockdown and the media coverage of their products.
Connected fitness products
The revenue of their connected fitness products grew from $734m in 2019 to $1,5b in 2020 (99% growth) to $3,2b in 2021 (115% growth).
\Note - Their fiscal year ends 30 June, hence, 2021 is the year starting July 1st, 2020 to June 30th, 2021.*
However, these products are generally considered more premium/luxury. For the same amount of money, one can subscribe to a budget-level gym for roughly 10 years and have access to a lot more equipment.
During this period, the gross margin that they had on these products was around 40%, which is quite high for a company in this industry, but the increased demand did its job well.
Until 2022 started and the growth was nowhere to be found. The revenue declined to $2,2b (-31%) and the decline was over 50% if the last quarter was to be compared year over year.
Not only that, but the gross margin was -11%. No, it is not a typo, they lost money on the sale of these products.
When there's a huge decline in the level of demand, it has a huge impact on the prices (Economics 101). Of course, the tough part was to estimate the level of demand for the coming period with all the uncertainty.
In 2022, the management put a lot of capital into inventory to meet the demand, which wasn't as high as before. So, at the end of 2022 (As of June 30th), there's roughly $1.1b in inventory. That's roughly 50% of all the sales they made in the entire last year. As the prices decline, they had to take impairment for some of these products.
Subscriptions
This, in my opinion, is their cash cow segment. It has been growing from $181m in 2019 to $364m in 2020 (101%) to $872m in 2021 (140%) to $1,4b in 2022 (60%).
The gross margin improved from 43% to 68% during the same period.
It seems that the company is more focused on selling connected fitness products as a way to reach out to its target customers and actually make money on the subscriptions.

The other operating costs
If we combine both revenue sources together, the total revenue for the last 12 months was $3,6b with a thin gross margin of 19% (gross margin of close to $700m).
Every young company is known for incurring losses due to heavy spending on Research & Development and Sales & Marketing that would allow them to grow fast. In that respect, Peloton is no different.
In 2022, the spendings were as follows:
  1. Sales & Marketing - $1b
  2. General & Administrative - $1b
  3. Research & Development - $360m
It is quite clear that the gross profit of $700m is not sufficient to cover these main operating expenses. Peloton lost over $1.6b from its operations (-46% operating margin). This is not that surprising as the majority of the high-growth companies are losing money due to the higher than average spending on Sales & Marketing and Research & Development. However, when the growth is no longer there, that's when it becomes ugly. In addition, I was not impressed by the level of R&D spending as Peloton's long-term success is highly dependent on its innovation.

But that's not all. They had 3 "one-time expenses" during the year:
  1. Impairments - $562m - Mainly related to goodwill, part as mentioned above to inventories
  2. Supplier settlements - $338m - Based on the information available, it relates to the settlement of litigation with iFIT
  3. Restructuring - $181m - As the demand falls, the number of employees is reduced
It could be argued that these are one-time expenses (as they were non-existent in the past), however, as the demand is falling and their inventory levels are high, it would not be surprising if there are further impairments, further restructuring, and who knows whether there will be further supplier settlements. If we take all of this into account, the operating loss of the company was -2,7b (-76% operating margin).

The balance sheet
On the balance sheet, apart from the high inventory levels mentioned above, there's around $1.3b in cash. Although on its own is a big number, it doesn't seem so big when we take into account the last year's losses company had. If the margins don't improve dramatically, they will be raising capital during the next 6-12 months.
They already have a debt of $2,4b (for comparison purposes, their market cap is $3,6b) so they're in a tough position.

Striking deal with Amazon
In the last 7 days, there were 2 huge headlines. The first one was the deal that Peloton announced that part of their products will be available for purchase in Amazon US stores.
The share price went up around 20%.
Only a few days later, they shared the 2022 earnings and the share price returned to the same levels.
This is a great example of how short-sighted the market can be at times. The deal with Amazon could be a great way to dispose of a large portion of the inventory that's just sitting there, but Amazon will take its share. That means Peloton's margins are not going to be as high (let's not forget, they're already losing money on their connected fitness products).
The more important question is, is there going to be increased demand for their products, regardless of whether they're being sold through Amazon or direct to the final consumer?

The key assumptions about the future & valuation
If we take a look at the analysts' expectations regarding next year's revenue, it ranges from $2,29b for the entire year (-36% compared to 2022) to $5,82b (+63% compared to 2022). This huge expectations gap shows the uncertainty around the company.
My personal views are that the Amazon deal will help their connected fitness products to not have a significant revenue decline, while the subscription revenue is still growing strong. However, I don't expect their operating margin to improve significantly in the next year.
Hence, my assumptions are as follows:

2023 2024 to 2027 2028 to 2032
Revenue -5% decline 5% growth / year 3% growth / year
Operating margin -20% slowly improve to 5% slowly improve to 15%
My expectations are that the company has to focus more on cost-cutting and less on significantly growing revenue (other than their subscription revenue)
Discount rate: 8% today, increasing to 8.8% in 10 years
Based on those assumptions, the fair value of the company is close to $1,2b ($3.48/share)
The current market cap is $3,58b ($10,61/share)
Note: I have taken into account the cash, debt, and deferred taxes on their balance sheet as well as the outstanding equity options.
What if my assumptions are significantly wrong?
Based on the assumptions above, the revenue will grow by 39% in 10 years and the operating margin will be 15%.
I am aware that my assumptions could be significantly wrong. So, let's take a look at how the value of the company (per share) will change based on different assumptions regarding the revenue 10 years from now and the operating margin:

Revenue / Op. margin 10% 15% 20%
24% ($4,4b) -$1.9 $2.7 $7.2
39% ($5,0) -$1.6 $3.5 $8.5
192% ($10,5b) $1.3 $11.3 $21.4
300% ($14,3b) $3.2 $16.7 $30.3

This table illustrates well how important it is for Peloton to cut costs and improve margin. In some cases, the fair value of the company is even negative, meaning it's not worth anything! Of course, one can argue that those assumptions are too pessimistic, but there is a chance that it plays out.
Of course, if they manage to grow 300% in the next 10 years (which is the assumption of the most optimistic analyst) and on top they improve the operating margin to 20%, there's 3x upside.
However, that means Peloton will need to bring $14,3b in revenue in 10 years. Just for comparison purposes, the total gym revenue in the US is $32b/year. This is a mature market, so growth is not expected.
Let's not forget that the share price at the peak of the hype was over $160/share. If that seems crazy, it is only because it was crazy! To justify a price of $160/share, Peloton needs to bring in 2x the revenue of all US gyms combined and have a higher operating margin than 25%.

What are your thoughts on Peloton as a company?
Also, feel free to provide feedback regarding the analysis, that is always appreciated!
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Technical vs Fundamental. What analysis is better for forex trading?

Technical analysis is based on the idea that past price and volume data can be used to predict future price movements.
Fundamental analysis looks at economic data, such as GDP growth or unemployment rates, to determine the direction of a currency's value.
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