During the New York Session, a great trading strategy is to consider the trending currency pairs. While such a strategy will significantly improve their profits, it can also attract high risks.
In such cases, the market tends to move quite strongly. The trader will need to revise and analyze their trading strategy continuously. And this is not forgetting the constant need to adapt to sudden price movements and changing market conditions.
Trading such pairs can lead to a trader canceling out their preferred long-term trading strategy, e.g.,
- Converting a winning position to a losing one,
- Or executing a stop loss
In some cases, a trader may even stop their order(s) execution. Often, the system doesn’t execute the orders at the trader’s preferred price range.
All these happen when there are price slippages and other trading scenarios occasioned by high volatility. You should expect to encounter such scenarios when important economy-related data is about to be released.