The first reason is that you want to a "big picture" view of a particular market in which you are Since the markets are closed and not in dynamic flux over the weekend, you don't need to react to situations as they are unfolding, but can survey the landscape, so to speak.
Secondly, the weekend analysis will help you to set up your trading plans for the coming week, and establish the necessary mindset.
1. Understand the Drivers
The art of successful trading is partly due to an understanding of the current relationships between markets and the reasons that these relationships exist. It is important to get a sense of causation, remembering that these relationships can do over time.
2. Chart the Indexes
It is helpful for a trader to chart the important indexes for each market on a longer time frame. This exercise can help a trader to determine relationships between markets and whether a movement in one market is inverse or in concert with the other.
3. Look for a Consensus in Other Markets
We can gain a decision of whether or not the markets are reaching a turning point consensus by charting other instruments on the same weekly or monthly basis. From there, we can take benefits of the enter a trade in an instrument that will be affected by the turn
4. Time the Trades
There is a much higher chance of a successful traders if one can find turning points on the time frame , then switch down to a shorter time period to fine-tune an entry. The first trade can be at the exact or double decrease on the longer term chart, and if this fails then a opportunity often occur on aspect of time trading .
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Currency Analysis, It is often used to analyze changes in the market for the monitoring figures it will comes in the form of both manual and automated systems. A manual system typically means a trader is analyzing technical indicators and interpreting that data into a buy or sell decision