Economic Calendar Events Guide
Three Things To Keep Your Eyes On

By Eyal Mor

1. You don’t need to trade any interesting events

Try to master a few specific events rather than many events.

2. Monitor the most important events

You do not need to trade them - but you definitely want to see the big picture. Sometimes a shocking unemployment rate release in the morning affects the behavior of the market for the whole day. You shouldn’t trade a different event for one hour after the unemployment rate without taking it into account. Get started with economic calendar - the most important events pre filtered for you (free, no credit card needed).

3. It’s about analyzing the statistics to gain an edge

There is no foolproof strategy that will work every time, but by preparing ourselves and making good decisions based on our data, we should win more often than not.

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Next Steps

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  1. Know how the market reacted in similar situations
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This is part of my series on The Essential Guide to Trading Economic Events. Here is the full list of posts in this series:

  1. Introduction
  2. Understanding Economic Events
  3. Which Markets And Asset Classes Are Most Affected By Economic Events?
  4. Why Trade Economic Events?
  5. Is Trading Economic Events Dangerous?
  6. How To Trade economic Events
  7. After Release - Real Time Analysis
  8. Where is the opportunity? Which markets offer the best odds?
  9. Trade Execution
  10. Conclusion
  11. How To Get Started
  12. Three Things To Keep Your Eyes On

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