Technical Analysis (TA) indicators have been long used as some measure of market dynamic by traders.
It’s common that traders use multiple indicators as tools to assess the best buying and selling opportunity. No single indicator is a silver bullet for trading strategies as market dynamics can change on external factors. With that being said, a deeper analysis on the success rates of specific indicators would be useful for traders when making decisions.
In this series, Copper will look at various indicators and cryptocurrencies and assess the accuracy rates for different time frames. As the series develops and back tests various indicators, we will further marry the results in order to give traders the insights to make decisions based on multiple market indicators together.
This third report deviates from the standard technical indicators, looking instead at overnight and weekend risk for US traders during traditional stock exchange hours who account for 30% of all spot market volumes year-on-year. We assess whether final hours of trading on the US stock exchange market vary from other days, looking at probabilities and risks for holding weekend or overnight positions. And we finally look at potential on-chain shifts that may cause large price movements.
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