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Thread: Which currency to trade during London trading hours

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    Which currency to trade during London trading hours

    Hello,

    I Am a little unsure of when and what to Exchange.

    Currently I exchange 4 pairs (EURUSD, GPDUSD, USDCHF, USDJPY) and that I only trade from 9-17 GMT 1. That is actually in the London session, but that I really don't know if I could exchange these pairs within this trading hours??

    If not, let me know which pairs you recommend.

    THX!

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    Yes, even druing london you can exchange eur/usd , gbp/usd. NY session you can exchange all pairs with usd

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    If you're trading ONLY in LO session you should see on EUR and GBP. . .this two currencies will bring you 13 PAIRS to see...I feel this is more than sufficient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    If you are trading ONLY in LO session you need to see on EUR and GBP. . .this two currencies will bring you 13 PAIRS to see...I feel this is more than sufficient.
    Good point. I, personally, can not focus on more than just two or three currency pairs at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    If you're trading ONLY in LO session you should see on EUR and GBP. . .this two currencies will bring you 13 PAIRS to see...I feel this is more than enough.
    Thx! I changed a few pairs, and is now seeing GBPUSD, EURUSD and EURJPY

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Thx! I shifted a few pairs, and is presently seeing GBPUSD, EURUSD and EURJPY
    Insert EUR/GBP and USD/JPY.

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    EUR/JPY can also be a fairly good pair to trade, I've been trading it from time to time.

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    This may bring you more understanding,read carefully-http://www.cliqforex.com/showthread.php?t=334165.
    EDIT:forgot about this one-http://www.babypips.com/school/high-school/currency-crosses/what-is-a-currency-cross-pair.html.

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    I agree, but I think it's also great to remind newbies that right now both these currencies, notably the GBP, are hugely dependent on politics.

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