While you’re creating your trading strategy, you always come to a point where you want to be strategic about choosing the instrument you want to trade, against what you want to trade it, and most importantly, when you want to trade it. To make your planning easier, we’ve cut a big part of your prep time and created for you a well organised trading hours’ display. Start preparing for your trades in any asset class more efficiently by referring to our trading sessions below.
Trading Session Chart
Everything at Trademay is catered to your ease of trading as well as increasing your efficiency, that’s why we’ve prepared for you a very easy-to-read trading session chart. This detailed trading session chart displays the different trading hours in the winter session as well as the summer session.
What Are the Differences Between the Winter and Summer Sessions?
Trading hours vary between winter and summer just like they vary between the hours of daylight and the seasons. Of course, to make calculated decisions while trading, you need to stay aware of the differences of the trading sessions according to your region. At Trademay we use GMT +3 in the summer sessions and GMT +2 in the winter sessions, so make sure you take that into account!
- Australia: 8 pm – 5 am
- Tokyo: 12 am – 9 am
- London: 8 am – 4 pm
- New York: 1 pm – 10 pm
- Australia: 9 pm – 6 am
- Tokyo: 12 am – 9 am
- London: 7 am – 3 pm
- New York: 12 pm – 9 pm
With the start of the trading day and in the first few hours of market open, movements tend to be calmer than usual. When the Tokyo and London market sessions start, though, movements tend to become more sizable. You have complete access to trade forex 24 hours a day, 5 days a week and you can start placing new trades, cancel existing ones or even modify them right after market open. With every new trade you place on Trademay, you get one step closer to achieving your trading goals.
You can even be trading with assistance of your Trademay account manager who’s here to push your trading limits and assist you into becoming the seasoned trader you want to be. When one market is opening and another is closing, volatility becomes evident in the markets. So keep an eye out for these trading sessions because that’s when spreads change and prices go up as well as down. Take a look at the chart below to understand when one session starts and another ends.