Investors can determine the strength of their buying and selling power by comparing the difference between the opening and closing prices. If the price difference is large, it may mean that the market is highly volatile and the buying and selling forces are more intense.
The opening price, also known as the opening price, refers to the first transaction price of a certain currency after the opening of each trading day. Most financial exchanges in the world adopt the principle of maximum transaction volume to determine the opening price. The closing price refers to the transaction price of the last transaction of a certain currency before the end of a day's trading activity. If there is no transaction on the same day, the latest transaction price shall be used as the closing price, as the closing price is the standard of the current market situation and the basis for the opening price of the next trading day, which can be used to predict future market conditions. So when investors analyze the market, they usually use the closing price as the basis for calculation.
How to Look at the Opening Price
On monthly, weekly, and daily charts, the opening price is a continuation of the market trend of the previous Unit of time. Combining a high opening price, a low opening price, and a flat opening price with the operating trend of the market In an upward trend, a high opening price is a prerequisite for forming an upward short gap, and often an upward short gap on the weekly chart is the beginning of a bull market characteristic. There are often three gaps in the daily gap: the breakthrough gap, the relay gap, and the exhaustion gap, all of which provide a basis for determining the future direction of market operation. Similarly, in a downward trend, opening at a low opening price is a prerequisite for forming a short downward gap. Often, a downward short gap on the weekly chart is the beginning of a bear market characteristic, and such a gap should be watched vigilantly when it appears at a high level.
How to Look at the Closing Price
The closing price is the result of the battle between the long and short sides of the Unit of time. The combination of the closing price and the running trend will make the market more clear. In an upward trend, the closing price is above the 5, 10, 20, and 30-day moving average systems, indicating that the market is in an upward trend and in a strong operation. In the early stages of this operating trend, boldly intervening in the market will increase the hope of appreciation.
On the contrary, if the closing price is below the 5-day, 10-day, 20-day, and 30-day moving average systems, it indicates that the market is in a downward trend and in weak operation.