Live streaming foreign exchange dashboard guide:
Currency Active Currency :
The green bars show the currencies are stronger, the longer the better and the red ones show the currencies are weaker, the longer the better.
Time : The time given is according to GMT +8.
Market Active : YES indicates the market is currently active and good for trading NO indicates the market is currently not active and not good for trading
Top Scalping Buy and Top Scalping Sell : The longest green bars show the currency pairs that are the most active currency pairs and best pairs for an instant buy entry. The longest red bars show the currency pairs that are the most active currency pairs and the best pair for instant sell entry.
ADR : The Average Daily Range shows the average pip range of currency pairs measured over a certain number of periods. When ADR is above average (more than 100%), it means that the daily volatility is higher than usual, which implies that the currency pair may be extending beyond its norm.
Best Trading Hours : First 2 hours during each trading session; Sydney, Tokyo, London, and New York Buy
Buy Trading Tips: Wait for the SIGNAL column indicate EXTREME BUY (most of the currency pairs) and ENTRY column indicate BUY. The selected pair(s) must be listed at the top of TOP SCALPING BUY.
Sell Trading Tips: Wait for SIGNAL column indicate EXTREME SELL (most of the currency pairs) and ENTRY column indicate SELL. The selected pair(s) must be listed at the top of TOP SCALPING SELL
Take Profit and Stop Loss : Use the given TP and SL price if you want to trade along with the trend. The price will be not given if the market does not follow its major trend direction. If the current price is exceeded the TP price the font color will turn into the black in color.
Real-time foreign exchange rates are given in live stream. The green boxes at the bottom show the currency pairs that are rising and the red ones show the currency pairs that are falling.
H: (High) Highest rate of the day – The number next to it shows the difference between the opening rate of the day and current rate in pips.
L: (Low) Lowest rate of the day – The number next to it shows the difference between the opening rate of the day and current rate in percentage.
RoboID is the identification number of each robot. You can enter this identification number in the search box on Arya Trader website and see the trading history and all details of the relevant robot.
Blue Signal: Indicates that the robot that has been given an ID number with RoboID has opened a Buy transaction.
Red Signal: Indicates that the robot has opened a Sell transaction. The profits or losses are not visible in transactions. You can view all transaction history and statistical information via website.
In the Right Column, The time of the live stream is given according to Greenwich Observatory (Greenwich Mean Time). The buy signals of the automated trading robots during the day are displayed in percentage. Blue is the proportion of the buying transactions compared to the total transaction and is indicated in percentage in the circle.
The part indicated in red is the proportion of sell transactions compared to total transaction. Attention: The proportions given here are not only the data of the robots earning, but also the data of all forex automated trading robots. Supported forex currency pairs: EURUSD, GBPUSD, EURGBP, AUDUSD, USDJPY, EURJPY, USDCAD
NOTE: This article is not an investment advice. Any references to historical price movements or levels is informational and based on external analysis and we do not warranty that any such movements or levels are likely to reoccur in the future.
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Source: Arya Trader