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Tips for directional bias during Asian Session?

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I have a price model I've been refining the last 2 quarters during the Asian session and my only drawback is that I don't have a predetermined directional bias during the Asian session (8pm eastern to 10pm Eastern) or I feel as if I don't.

I only use the 10year yield and the Dxy to help me and I trade solely Xauusd and have been gathering data for Audusd as of late.

Any tips would be greatly appreciated.

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