The picture above shows the Best Time and Time For Forex Trading (Online Forex Trading) Once we know what Forex trading is and who it plays in it ... it's time we learn when is the right time to trade. One point we should not miss! Previously it has been mentioned that Forex is a market that is open 24 hours. But that does not mean we have to keep our buttocks in the chair and glare at the computer screen for 24 hours, just in case the market moves will threaten us. Not like that. We can turn off the computer and go to bed, because whatever happens to the market, we can make a profit from it. Whether the market moves up, or when it slumps. New problems will come if the market is not moving at all. We already know from the previous material that forex ditradingkan 24 hours a day. But actually 24 hours is divided into four trading sessions: Sidney Sessions Tokyo session London Session New York session Below is a table of open and close hours of each trading session in Summer (around April-October) While below are the opening and closing hours of each trading session in Winter (around October-April) The opening and closing times of each session are actually based on local business hours. Therefore, there will be times when the clock shifts one hour, as some countries move from / to daylight savings time (DST). The change of time from each country may differ. From the two tables above, it is seen that between each session there is one opening time period of the same trading session. In the summer, from 3:00 to 4:00 EDT (15:00 to 16:00 GMT + 7), Tokyo and London sessions overlap, and during summer and winter from 8:00 AM-12: 00 PM ET (20: 00-24: 00 GMT + 7), London and New York Sessions overlap. In those overlapping hours the market has the highest trading activity, because the volume at the moment when the two markets open at the same time is greater than the others. Because at this hour all market participants are busy doing the selling or buying. In other words, it is a moment in which money flows faster than one hand to the other. About this overlap we will explore again in the next material. If you look at the opening hours of the Sidney market on both tables, we will find the opening hours of the Sidney session over two hours accelerated. Well, the question now is why it should be two hours instead of an hour, if the US can adjust its trading hours? There are things we need to keep in mind about this time change. When the US turns an hour, it means that Sidney clock is accelerated by an hour. Although both have four seasons, but the movement is different between America and Australia.