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Trading in lower timeframes

Michihito
Oct 28 2020 at 12:55
posts 298
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
Oct 29 2020 at 13:23
posts 737
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
Nov 20 2020 at 06:38
posts 27
It’s difficult to trade in the lower time frames because the market is more volatile in this case.

SofieAndreasen
Nov 20 2020 at 17:18
posts 736
Lower timeframe is essential to get more accurate information about price action. However, timeframe depend on trading strategy.

Bunaya
Nov 23 2020 at 06:47
posts 54
when starting a trade, you must be sure that you understand what you are doing and how it works.

Maveswyn
Nov 27 2020 at 11:59
posts 20
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
Nov 28 2020 at 10:50
posts 30
Such trading has its advantages, you just need to be able to use them.

SofieAndreasen
Nov 29 2020 at 07:58
posts 736
Maveswyn posted:
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...

I agree with you. It is all about how well you understand the market.

Fidely
Dec 07 2020 at 08:50
posts 13
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.

reggae
Dec 07 2020 at 11:32
posts 65
Both are useful to trader. Lower timeframe means more volatile, useful if you are experienced scalper.

VictorAxel
Dec 07 2020 at 11:50
posts 31
Michihito posted:
Once you are accustomed to higher timeframe, you can come to lower timeframe.

Very important to note. I hope people are paying attention to this

turnipfollow
Dec 14 2020 at 10:20
posts 27
When you are trading on lower time frames, you must be ready to deal with noise and traffic.

forex_trader_[1219909]
Dec 14 2020 at 14:10
posts 3
I disagree. Trading lower time frames like a 1 minute chart, there ton's of trends that on higher time frames are not there. A higher time frame could be range bound, but a 1 minute chart, there is trends galore. The problem traders have is they use market orders to enter. This is a huge mistake! Always use entry stop orders to enter. If you have a stop order to buy, and the market go's down, your trade never gets filled and you don't lose money. Trail a buy entry stop order above declining prices, and in time the market will reverse and move higher, your buy stop will be filled and will show a profit within a few minutes if trading on 1 minute charts.

Elena Triston (ele020)
Dec 15 2020 at 06:42
posts 219
Lower time frames are specifically used for short term trades like intra day trading, scalping etc. Lower time frames generally help you to confirm the on going trend that you observe in higher time frames. Along with it, you a trader uses them to ascertain their entry and exit points.

The more your practice, the more you learn.
Mikagul
Dec 28 2020 at 08:52
posts 23
Selecting a timeframe is of great importance. And this must be understood when choosing a strategy or approach.
But even if you choose something like this, it's worth it to you to
- try it out on a demo
- analyze results
- make a final decision.

Sar John (Sarjohn)
Dec 28 2020 at 09:12
posts 187
I think lower time frames consist of maximum unexpected market shifts. Lower time frames are not quite helpful for understanding the overall trend and market flow as a result traders might get wrong ideas about the market situation.

Garyneville221
Jan 07 2021 at 08:45
posts 19
Yes, the volatility is something every trader has to deal with when trading in lower timeframes. It requires good skills and expertise, as you pointed out.

Starcliff
Jan 08 2021 at 19:21
posts 55
Medium-term timeframes usually choose scales from several hours to a daily segment. There are numerous strategies for daily timeframes and therefore you can always make a profit here

LyudmilLukanov
Jan 09 2021 at 12:14
posts 735
Starcliff posted:
Medium-term timeframes usually choose scales from several hours to a daily segment. There are numerous strategies for daily timeframes and therefore you can always make a profit here

You are right. Day traders often use hourly time frames like H1. H4, H12 etc.

lauranutt
Jan 21 2021 at 10:57
posts 36
Sarjohn posted:
I think lower time frames consist of maximum unexpected market shifts. Lower time frames are not quite helpful for understanding the overall trend and market flow as a result traders might get wrong ideas about the market situation.

Low timeframes is like a movie, fast forwarded exponentially. I think these low time frames are great for scalpers overall because they can provide you with tons of trading opportunities but not for the long term strategies.

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