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45656

Member Since Jun 29, 2019  65 posts 45656 Sep 15 2019 at 08:15
Trading on higher time frame is a pass to day day trading. You should prove to yourself that you can make money on higher frame, that you can trade. You must collect enough trading capital. You can’t just jump in and start day trading when you are not an experienced trader and just hope that you can make it. Numbers are against you so you must be prepared.

AmDiab

Member Since Apr 18, 2017  652 posts AmDiab Sep 25 2019 at 15:17
Well; if you are a long term trader; then you should use the higher time frames; otherwise small time frames will be okay!

Professional4X

Member Since Jan 05, 2016  1189 posts Professional4X Sep 26 2019 at 08:30
Analyze ALL timeframes. Even if you're a short term trader, knowing what is happening to the higher time frames is important, because the lower timeframes explain 'why' a higher TF is moving in a specific direction.

Good supporting evidence of trends.

If it looks too good to be true, it's probably a scam! Let the buyer beware.
Debtless

Member Since Sep 26, 2019  11 posts Debtless Sep 26 2019 at 08:45
Long time frame is the best time frame. Most predictable. Less time consuming and more pips. Why bother with lower time frame

Adribaasmet

Member Since Aug 27, 2017  842 posts Adribaasmet Sep 28 2019 at 14:05
Debtless posted:
Long time frame is the best time frame. Most predictable. Less time consuming and more pips. Why bother with lower time frame


True; but when you doing scalping; then surely you need to count the smaller time frames like m15!

SofieAndreasen

Member Since Jul 23, 2020  56 posts SofieAndreasen Sep 11 at 13:05
45656 posted:
Trading on higher time frame is a pass to day day trading. You should prove to yourself that you can make money on higher frame, that you can trade. You must collect enough trading capital. You can’t just jump in and start day trading when you are not an experienced trader and just hope that you can make it. Numbers are against you so you must be prepared.

In trading, higher time give high change to successes. As a day trader I prefer h4 and h12 time frame. I always use both time fame in my trading strategy.

Michihito

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  56 posts Michihito Sep 13 at 13:41
For newbie higher time frame is good. In lower time frame there is too much noise. Market moves back and forth a lot in lower time frame which makes a newbie restless. As a result they do over trading.

ele020

Member Since Apr 15, 2020  9 posts ele020 Sep 14 at 06:31
Debtless posted:
Long time frame is the best time frame. Most predictable. Less time consuming and more pips. Why bother with lower time frame


Use higher time frames to analyse the trends, and lower time frames to confirm the current direction. Basically, every time-frame is used differently depending upon the strategy. If you are planning with long term trades, then higher time frames is the best. On the other hand, scalpers usually prefer lower time frames.

radioactive

Member Since Sep 07, 2020  18 posts radioactive Sep 14 at 07:20
Time frames are dependant on what you are looking for.
Higher time frames are much useful if you are planning to be a long term trader else, going for lower time frames are useful if you are planning to be a short term traders or scalper.

Covy

Member Since Jul 17, 2020  4 posts Covax (Covy) Sep 15 at 05:59
Then more you trade on lower timeframes, then faster you will learn to trade.
Trading on high timeframes is inherent only to skilled traders with large cap.

@cov4x
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