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Best Trading Hours in the Forex Market

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During every Forex trading session, depending on where the main financial center in the respective region is, the town with the biggest commercial hub in that area is also given the session name. If you’re looking to chart the top times to trade Forex, it’s paramount to recognize which markets or pairs are more liquid during these business hours and which ones are less so. If you go to a Forex conference that isn’t located where the financial district of the region you are based in is located, it could be tough to know when the best times to trade are. Let’s look at a few cities to give you an idea of what I mean.

The first city we’ll look at for the top time to trade Forex is Geneva, Switzerland. Geneva is often viewed as being very financially stable, and this can be a major factor if you want to trade Forex regularly. Many people who travel to this part of the world on business often set up base in Geneva, as it’s an easy way to access the foreign exchange market without paying additional fees to do so. However, many investors have found that opening a Swiss bank account is a good way to get a head start on investing money in the currency markets, and many of these people end up staying here long term.

Tokyo, London, and New York, also have their fair share of traders based there. These are the top spots where you’ll find traders putting in money, depending on which of the big banks they’re working with. If you want to trade, you have to make sure that your strategy covers the major markets mentioned in this article. This may be your main trading strategy, but it’s certainly not necessary if you don’t want to pay a hefty fee to do so.

As mentioned before, London, Sydney, and New York all have several hours during the week when forex trading sessions are underway. This can be ideal if you want to spend some time here while you work on your strategy. You can spend the time getting to know people in the market, practicing your new strategies, and just enjoying the scenery. Once the sessions in these cities conclude, you’ll notice that the forex trading week starts up again in your home country, usually in the late afternoon, and this continues until the evening.

Currencies are traded using pairs of currencies. For instance, you can trade the euro/dollar or the US dollar/Japanese Yen. Currencies can be traded in several different pairs, and trading with multiple currency pairs is the basis for spread betting. You may not think you have any need for spreads at all, but these are essentially small bets you make on which currency pairs of currencies will perform better than the rest.

Of course, most traders never have forex trading sessions in New York, London, or any other location outside their own country. If you have other responsibilities, such as work, or children, trading in your spare time is not always practical. On the other hand, if you happen to have a session with one of these locations, you’ll be more likely to stick to the time zone. Forex trading sessions in other countries may be open to an hour earlier or later, based on the time zone for your country. Even if your session is open to an extra hour, you may end up being late for work, so trading with a half-hour to spare can give you peace of mind.

The other reason to make forex trading sessions in Tokyo, London, or New York open an hour earlier than they would be for your country is if you have any open seats at any of these locations. Forex trading sessions are a great way to practice before making a larger trade with real money. If you don’t have any training, you can easily lose money this way since it’s easy to forget how to read price changes on graphs when you’re just beginning. Price changes are notoriously random, especially in the volatile forex market. It’s important to remember that price changes can still be very profitable even when you trade with smaller amounts.

It’s also a good idea to take advantage of the extreme liquidity of the Asian markets on weekends. In particular, trading sessions on Friday and Saturday hours tend to have the most activity, both day and night. Liquidity is so high on these two days that many traders believe it to be the peak of the Asian financial season. Forex trading is a highly speculative market, so you should always be wary of any trade that you’re contemplating buying since the odds of you losing money greatly outnumber the odds of you earning it. However, by following these simple strategies, you can get an idea of what you’ll be doing on an interesting day when you’re not familiar with the day’s trends.

 

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