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  1. Hi henry thanks for days few days i have learn a lot from you. Just wished i known you for long. Yes i have noticed that but i just cant place it i just don’t no the reason why it happens but you have thrown more light on it and it has helped me, but one thing is that its likely happened on Mondays and Tuesdays the more to me but with this reasons u have given i would apply them
    Thanks and have a great day.
    pls i tot when there is appetite in the market we buy and sell when there is aversion
    pls i just cant remember now clarify me on this

    1. risk appetite usually means demand for return, and that means more demand for EUR, GBP, AUD, NZD. Risk aversion means more demand for safety, so more demand for USD, JPY, and perhaps CHF.

  2. Hey Henry, just wanted to say that your article is really helpful. Some people may say that it is common sense but you took it above that.

    I also started to notice some patterns at open times and even tried to experiment with some market orders, but this explanation gives me more insight on what I should try to do at open times.

    Thank you

    1. Victor, I’m glad you agree… as a matter of fact, a lot of times I manage my trades based on these times and it is amazing how things tend to work out.

  3. Thanks for your explanation. you really protest me in Forex-market. I appreciate your effort. keep it up.

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