You may be asking yourself what is the difference between technical and fundamental analysis? Technical analysis involves looking at recent prices to predict future prices. This is what traders call “spot” price analysis, while fundamental analysis is based on fundamental factors such as market volume, prevailing interest rates, country trading levels, etc.
The strength of the Swiss Franc is another major difference between the Swiss Franc and the New Zealand Dollar and the Euro. Over the past five years, it has weakened significantly against the US Dollar and Euro, while maintaining a strong position against the Australian Dollar.
One way that the Swiss Franc weakens against the US Dollar and Euro is because of the central bank’s inability to stimulate growth, especially in the current economic slump. More of the Swiss money flows into investments, both in local and foreign markets, meaning that the value of the Swiss Franc is much more volatile than those of the other two major currency pairs.
The United States and United Kingdom are two of the major importers of Swiss Francs. Thus, the Bank of Canada is having a difficult time trying to keep the Canadian dollar stable with respect to the US Dollar and Euro.
Meanwhile, the Australian Dollar has been weakening against the New Zealand Dollar and the Euro. As a result, the New Zealand Dollar, as well as the Euro, have strengthened against the Australian Dollar in recent months.
There are many reasons for these changes, including ongoing issues with the Euro and Dollar (uncertainty regarding the European Union), future global deflation, and an unsustainable balance of payments position in the EU. The best solution would be for the Euro and the US Dollar to strengthen, but that is not going to happen anytime soon.
But you can use technical analysis to predict where the Swiss Franc will go in the future, based on its history of trading behaviour. So, for example, if you want to make money by holding the Swiss Franc, look at its trend in the past.
There are two main reasons why the currency tends to fluctuate. First, the value is affected by the future trading environment and the second is an “old-fashioned” price movement which is affected by the recent price movements.
The trading environment affects the currency because there are often low-volatility situations which cause the currency to lose some of its value. The price is more likely to fall in a situation like this because it is very difficult to predict how strong the demand is going to be for the currency.
If you want to profit from this type of technical analysis, then you will need to know what the future trading environment is. The first step is to look at some of the trading environments.
One of the major trading environments for the Swiss Franc is the Euro area, although the Euro is currently weak against the New Zealand Dollar and the Australian Dollar. There are three areas in the Euro area where the Swiss Franc has performed strongly, and those are Denmark, Sweden, and Norway.
The next step is to find trend lines. Trend lines are a way to identify any pattern breakout, which is usually an indicator of a strong trend.