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What session template to use for FX Futures

Hi guys i want an advice on session template for 6E eur usd futures contracd. Should i use an ETH session template for forex?. I use RTH for Emini and Crude oil. What is your experienced advice? And should i use ETH for Crude Oil?

I use 5 minute chart.

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You have mainly 3 markets
Asia, EU/London and US

Session template, it also depends on what indicators you use and your trading style
some styles are possible in 23/24 5/7 also

Depends what you want to achieve and if you have parameters that take into account
the particularities of the three sessions

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Hi guys i want an advice on session template for 6E eur usd futures contracd. Should i use an ETH session template for forex?. I use RTH for Emini and Crude oil. What is your experienced advice? And should i use ETH for Crude Oil?

I use 5 minute chart.

Thank you and best Regards.


Hey hachot - i too trade the 6E 5 min chart. I trade from around 830AM to 2PM EST. I use a session template from 7AM-5PM. I started with 8-5 but found 7-5 gives me more information on the open, and the volume picks up around 7. Check out my journal if you want to see some chart examples.

Josh

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