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    Forex trading - best time

    Hello,
    I wish to ask you ladies and gentlemen, which - in you view - are finest trading hours ? I discovered professional trader, from my mate, that he's trading just from 8:30 to 11:00 and from 14:00 to 16:30 [Universal Time 1 time] because he's the finest trading outcomes these hrs. What exactly are your views about this ? What hours can you typically trade ? And why ?

    Regards,

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    Hello everyone, yes this is a good question, as a fellow rookie trader I've been wanting to get the response for this. Someone please assist us here

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    New account, approximately here since 2006ish, trading for nearly ten years.

    The best times to trade are on market open occasions in the usa. 8- closing instances 230 pmEST and 11am EST and 4pm EST.

    8ish as a result of news releases and market launch (shares, oil and so forth)

    1-1 am 'mend' - USA and Euro trading coincides as the euro traders are closing out trades overlapping the US session. Occasionally 12pm EST as it's huge traders and lunch period will try to send off orders having a lesser sum of traders concerned. 215 about FED instances etc. Closing time 4pm EST ish due to close trades out.

    Personally, If I can't make my $ from 9am EST to 12pm EST, there is nothing else to do for the day. This is where volatility is maximum which is a short term traders best friend, as you ask the very best times to trade in the instances explained, as well as you should be short phrase. Note: it doesn't suggest trading on news statements, just after.

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    The very best time is when you see your trading method providing you the sign. Yet, I've seen more profit between London/US session.

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    I believe, most useful time to trade depends upon what pair you trade and the way you trade. As an example, euro/83000 throughout asian market tend to be more composed than throughout london/new york hrs. Another time may be chosen by the others, although it could suit some folks.

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    3am GMT: Mid Asian- when most of Japanese and Australian Fundamentals are released , up to 4Pm GMT, after most US news are outside

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    Since you reside in Europe, International Maritime Organization from the Frankfurt Open (7am GMT) and then the London Open (8am) you'll locate the most motion in Eur / Gbp contracts for intra-day trading.....look a T the bottom-right of the Home Page and you'll see the session occasions and overlaps....[</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496094563.png[/img]

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    Quote Originally Posted by sisamatas
    Since you reside in Europe, International Maritime Organization from the Frankfurt Open (7am GMT) and then the London Open (8am) you'll locate the most motion in Eur / Gbp contracts for intra-day trading.....look a T the bottom-right of the Home Page and you'll see the session instances and overlaps....[</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496094565.png[/img]
    Buddy.

    Agreed.

    These hrs held are for the most busy trading chances to be understood.

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    permitt to join

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    Just newbie [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496094567.png[/img]

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    I believe best time to trade is when Market Tokyo, London, and New York merely open to follow trend, and many minutes before they closed to counter trend. Haha... Simply newbee moron opinion[</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496094569.png[/img]

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    The top time for me personally is when after the London market open.

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    London market open till US market closes

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    My most useful time is after Tokyo open until before New York open

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    I believe that actually depends on one's time-zone as well as their sleeping and waking hours. There is no one size-fits all response to that particular question. Viewing my personal taste, I love the London session the very best.

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    London and NY time is greater volatility time

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    So is Tokyo, if one is conscious during these hrs.

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    A very hard question to answer because it truly is inexplicably linked to the kind of strategy being utilized ie with regard to necessary volatility.

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    3AM GMT to 5PM GMT (amazing for scalping) gt; a DD one hour throughout DST

    From 3AM GMT: ending of Sydney session mid of Tokyo session
    through Frankfurt London periods
    Up to 5PM GMT: mid of New York session

    simply take focus with high-impact news from 6PM GMT to 1:30AM (US Fed rate, NZD news, rutma21 news)

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    showthread.php?p=9495295#post9495295 Disliked A very hard question to answer as it's inexplicably linked to the sort of strategy being utilized ie with regard to necessary volatility. Discounted True, there's no one-size fits all response for this question, as everybody have needs that are distinct. Nevertheless, I believe people writing here are offering a great general outline of the great trading times.

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    I believe that the most practical matter you can do is locate a great trading periods clock to check on when distinct trading periods (London, Tokyo, New York State, etc.) start and shut and trade while they are open, depending, of course, on their own sleeping and waking hours and timezone.

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