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  1. #1
    Junior Member Daniel W's Avatar

    Trading in Sundays! !!!

    YES, trading in Sundays is possible!
    Some brokers (like Eztrader but I guess there are more) are giving you the option to trade on Sundays with Middle East markets

    Only one problem. My knowledge about ME markets is very limited
    Where can I find some basic and general information about ME markets so I can FINALLY start trading on this magical day?

  2. #2
    Veteran Member Ammeo's Avatar
    Well, never traded on sundays though, i like to have my time off the market usually though.

    This seems to be interesting..

  3. #3
    Specialist Member runneroption's Avatar
    Why you are thinking the Middle East markets are open on Sunday? I think their markets are not much different than the markets on all other parts of the world. The Australian markets opened around 22:00 GMT on Sunday, but before that I don’t think there are any stock markets in the world which are opened. That doesn’t stop some binary options brokers to offer weekend opening of positions which will be activated on Monday open.

  4. #4
    Rookie Member Jacob's Avatar
    Middle east markets are definitely open on Sunday
    Sunday is a regular working day in countries like Israel, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates.

  5. #5
    Junior Member Daniel W's Avatar
    They are open and available for trading!
    See for yourself:

  6. #6
    Specialist Member runneroption's Avatar
    Thank you very much for that information. I didn’t know that in the Middle East Sunday is working day. I will check them to see if they could be traded Won’t lose a possibility to trade one more day

  7. #7
    Administrator Martin Kay's Avatar
    Hi There, these are not forex assets only stocks based on the TA25 which is the Israeli stock market exchange. We do have some Israeli members on forum, you check it out with them. Maybe they could provide some insights regarding this market.

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    Veteran Member hchandra's Avatar
    If Sunday tradeable, I don't think its tradeable at all with low liquidity and major trading institution on holiday.
    The movement might be really slow and harder to determine.

  9. #9
    Rookie Member
    Well the countries have shops shut on sundays:

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