Why do some people on the forum use Matlab’s fsolve to find steady-state and not dynare’s non-linear solver? Is it any better? Like [x]=fsolve(@fun_NK_f3f,x0,options);
My model does not have an analytical steady-state, so I am trying different initial values. But on the forum, some people appear to use fsolve, maybe to find initial values or steady-state. Is it any better than the non-linear solver in dynare…? You have to specify initial values even when you use fsolve. Wondering, maybe there are some benefits in using it?