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Trading in lower timeframes
Michihito

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  137 posts Michihito Oct 28 at 12:55
Trading in lower timeframes require more expertise. In lower timeframes market is more volatile. New traders should trade on higher timeframe. Once you are accustomed to higher timeframe, you can come to lower timeframe.

UweMoench

Member Since Jul 19, 2020  151 posts UweMoench Oct 29 at 13:23
Yes I agree with you. In lower time frame there is more noise and traffic. That's why price move forward and backward. That's why people do over trading and open lot of unnecessary trades. It also leads them to bad habits.

Josuvaphilip

Member Since Oct 09, 2020  20 posts Josuvaphilip Nov 20 at 06:38
It’s difficult to trade in the lower time frames because the market is more volatile in this case.

SofieAndreasen

Member Since Jul 23, 2020  147 posts SofieAndreasen Nov 20 at 17:18
Lower timeframe is essential to get more accurate information about price action. However, timeframe depend on trading strategy.

Bunaya

Member Since Nov 05, 2020  10 posts Bunaya Nov 23 at 06:47
when starting a trade, you must be sure that you understand what you are doing and how it works.

Maveswyn

Member Since Feb 09, 2020  14 posts Maveswyn Yesterday at 11:59
Sometimes it all depends on experience, and sometimes it all depends on the specific situation, because you can see the perspective where no one sees it...

Femilas

Member Since Nov 26, 2020  5 posts Femilas 2 Hours ago
Such trading has its advantages, you just need to be able to use them.

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