A price gap is an area on the price chart with no price move. A market gap happens when the opening price of an asset's next price bar is substantially lower or substantially higher than the closing price of an asset's previous price bar. How to use market gaps on your trading?

Part of our multimedia library, learn in this video what is a market gap formation in Forex and how to use this chart pattern on your trading strategy.

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Charts are used to keep track of current prices and for research on the history of a pair’s price movement. If you would like to know more about the different types of charts used in Forex trading to plot the price movement of a currency pair over time, please read our complete article Which are the Types of Charts in Forex Trading.