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.
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.
With practice, you begin to understand it as if intuitively. You understand more or less exactly when to 'fight', and when to take a step back. And when you get to this stage, you realize that you're moving in the right direction.
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