Fundamentals, Finances, Frameworks & Forecasts: A Four-Directional Reinforcement

Fundamentals are inclusive of everything making up a country and its currency. A dynamic mix of distinct plans, erratic behaviors and unforeseen events, the fundamentals take under their jurisdiction everything between interest rates, central bank policies and natural disasters.
Speaking of fundamental analysis, it’s a great tool to study core elements that discretely influence – either by part or as a whole – a particular entity’s (stock, currency etc.) economy. Its attempts at analyzing several economic indicators (price action and trends, socio-political influences etc.) thus make predicting possible within set frameworks of business cycles. In simpler words, the clockwork of the markets moves on the gears and springs of fundamental analyses. Therefore, while anyone can tell the time, not everybody is a watchmaker. Perhaps this is what that gave traders the classifications of fundamental and technical, whereas the real benefit lies in a blended approach. Keeping an eye on the signals while staying updated on economic data and socio-political decisions is like pulling both the triggers at once.

But everything has a drawback and with fundamental analysis, it is an effective tool when forecasts are to be made on economic conditions; for exact market prices, however, you need to rely on the trader models using current and past empirical data. That makes it both an art and a science. However, one must understand not every development makes a certain currency move. Before you set your foot into it, identify the most influential contributors to make this mix work out smooth.

The skeptic shall still ask: “If it’s this simple, then why people face failure in the forex market?” The question is something like a double-edged sword; while answering the question is tough, looking at certain aspects may prove the same a piece of cake. A lot of blame can be put on the people who promote forex trading as the easiest way to make money; while this is true to the maximum extent, it bedims the risks in the public eye that this market is so (in) famous about. What most of us don’t understand is advantages in the forex market are subjected to a calculated approach; it’s not that you merely buy and sell the currencies to make your wallet inflate. Handled wrongly, these advantages have been noticed to land traders in trouble. So let’s see what people misinterpret.


24/7: The Forex market surely stays open for 24 hours a day, seven days a week, which make people think it to be a profit generating machine. But in reality, volatility doesn’t remain present on a 24/7 basis.


High Leverage: 100, 200 or 400x is a common thing in the forex market, but newcomers with mini accounts can easily get their respective accounts ripped off even by using a 100x margin in a single trade. Free resources don’t help much.


Getting rich in no time: Forex has earned the get rich quick epithet long time back, but in reality, forex trading is not for people who are not willing to invest time, energy and money. A few bucks may be sufficient to open an account and a high leverage is not everything that can help you make a fortune. Leverage is like a .50ACP; it just might fire the wrong way in inexperienced hands. Using it at a very high limit shall let you end your next millionaire dream real quick.

Of course there are other factors that cause Forex Titanic-s to capsize all in a sudden, but changing the mindset has been proven to be the life jackets saving many from untimely deaths.

Why the Majority of Home-based Businesses Fail

A home-based business does not avoid the same dangers as a traditional small business that’s operated in a shop or online; the majority still fail within the first few years.
But why do the majority of home-based businesses fail? This article will explore a few of the reasons why home businesses reach an early grave.

Reason 1: Failing to adapt or change

The rates in which businesses are created are astounding. Where one niche may have a single business; overnight it could have hundreds of competitors. Failing to adapt and change to the times or the demands of the market is usually one of the biggest reasons why the majority of home businesses fail within a few short years.

Reason 2: Using tired business methods

Using business practices from twenty years ago will spell certain doom for a business today. Even using practices from two years ago can severely gimp the chances of a business from succeeding. You have to keep current with the time and use current business practices in order to compete on a global level which must include an online presence.

Reason 3: Expanding too quickly

Incidentally enough, expanding too quickly can mean the death of a business. As home businesses expand; work may become an overload and the resulting effect is less products shipping out the door, unneeded employees or complete burn-out.

Reason 4: Failing to deliver a needed product

A market will only demand a product that it needs; if the market doesn’t have a need for a product your home business offers than it will be the end of its short run. Only launch a home-based business if it can fulfill a demand or need within a market; this ensures that it will start on the right foot.

Reason 5: Overcomplicating everything

The term analysis paralysis means that there is so much information being present that people don’t take action; they are paralyzed by the choice. In many ways, analysis paralysis happens to the majority of home-based business owners because there are so many opportunities to jump upon.

Choosing one niche and giving it your 100% will help ensure that your business will be a success or at least have a long run as opposed to those that overcomplicate their business by adding on more and more work.


Just because the majority of home-based business fail doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t pursue your own endeavors. Learn from the mistakes of others and avoid the reasons within this post to give your home business a greater chance of success.