How do you handle different cycles with opposite trends?

Jan 17, 2023 at 08:25
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Biedrs kopš   165 ieraksti
Jan 17, 2023 at 08:25
On the daily chart, the trend is up and you should be long at this point. However, the 1-hour chart is clearly trending down.
This makes me confused, should I go with the daily trend or the 1 hour?
Biedrs kopš   15 ieraksti
Jan 17, 2023 at 10:13
Trade the trend is safer. If you were to trade during the opposing trend, You will be considered to be trading on a “Retracement / Pullback”. Before price continues the HTF direction. Time deviation is key in trading times like these. Just identifying where you are in the market. Hope this helps
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Jan 17, 2023 at 23:23
Well my personal openien, I think it depend on what kind of trader are you. Some scalping methods works both sides up and down and from what i see and we all see the trend can change at any moment. I think there is no safe trends. Otherweise everyone whould have made lots of money.
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Biedrs kopš   165 ieraksti
Jan 18, 2023 at 07:46 (labots Jan 18, 2023 at 07:54)
SewCoin posted:
Trade the trend is safer. If you were to trade during the opposing trend, You will be considered to be trading on a “Retracement / Pullback”. Before price continues the HTF direction. Time deviation is key in trading times like these. Just identifying where you are in the market. Hope this helps
Thank you for your advice. It's important to follow the trend, and at the moment my strategy is still mainly focused on one trading cycle, but the results are not too good.
Biedrs kopš   165 ieraksti
Jan 18, 2023 at 07:48 (labots Jan 18, 2023 at 07:55)
Alsahlanee1983 posted:
Well my personal openien, I think it depend on what kind of trader are you. Some scalping methods works both sides up and down and from what i see and we all see the trend can change at any moment. I think there is no safe trends. Otherweise everyone whould have made lots of money.
I am a trend trader, well, at least I think so myself. It's just that my trading decisions can be very difficult when minor trends and major trends want to go against each other. At least so far I have not come up with a good solution.
Jan 25, 2023 at 17:35
This is the usual state of the trend, when the correction begins, it seems that it can start trend reversal.
First, before opening a trade, it is necessary to assess the risk of possible consequences if the trend begins to correct and reverse and determine the maximum allowable drawdown level.
I also face the fact that I get different signals on different intervals, but I always focus on the timeframe where I see more advantage on my part. I don't trade long term and it's important for me to be consistent, so if I see that the market analysis indicates a short-term decline (when daily growth), then I can easily switch a trading timeframe for a while.
@Marcellus8610
Jan 26, 2023 at 10:52
Numerical data are used to calculate trend analysis. Most of the time, this data is historical.
Biedrs kopš   470 ieraksti
Jan 26, 2023 at 21:53
It depends on your analysis if use a daily chart as the main chart to determine a major trend, hence in a lower timeframe needs to look in the same signal direction, the market often repeats history, and in the major trend, the price never moves only one trend without retrace. In the daily timeframe also need to figure out possible support and resistance as the possible major trend will end and reversal time is begin, whatever decision you made, the risk remains there and need to prepare.
Biedrs kopš   165 ieraksti
Feb 02, 2023 at 08:11
@JeanRodriguez022 Do you mean I need to analyze the statistics for different cycles before making a decision?
Biedrs kopš   165 ieraksti
Feb 02, 2023 at 08:13
@FXOday Thanks for the suggestion, it gives me a new direction for my research.
Feb 06, 2023 at 09:47
Handling different cycles with opposite trends in trading requires a flexible and adaptable approach. Some strategies that traders use include:

    Diversification: spreading your investments across multiple markets and asset classes can help you mitigate the impact of market cycles and trends.

    Trend-following strategies: using technical analysis to identify the direction of the market trend and align your trades accordingly can help you profit from market movements.

    Counter-trend strategies: if you have a strong understanding of market dynamics, you can consider taking positions that are counter to the current trend. However, this approach is considered more advanced and carries a higher level of risk.

    Hedging: using financial instruments such as options or futures to offset potential losses in your portfolio can help you manage risk during market cycles.

    Dynamic asset allocation: regularly re-balancing your portfolio based on market conditions and your risk tolerance can help you capitalize on market opportunities while managing risk.
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