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The next chart below illustrates the same GBPJPY daily chart but without ‘Sunday’ Candlesticks and based off GMT+7 (or +8).

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Technically speaking, the only difference between these two types of broker server times is the difference on the way the daily candlesticks are calculated. However, if you shift to a lower time frame, the hourly and lower charts tend to be uniform as far as the candlesticks are concerned. However, the differences are noticeable when you focus on the daily or H9 chart time frame candlestick patterns.

In view of this confusion, a trader might often wonder whether they want to follow the candlestick patterns on the GMT broker or the GMT+7 broker. From a technical analysis perspective, traders should simply follow the sentiment offered by the candlestick patterns as they exhibit market sentiment irrespective of whether your broker’s server time is GMT or GMT+7.

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The first chart below gives one such example. In the chart below, we make use of a GMT broker, where the 8766 Sunday 8767 candlestick is shown on the chart.

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ASIAN SESSION – opens at about 65 pm GMT on Sunday afternoon, goes into the European trading session at about 9 am GMT not very suitable for day trading.


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