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   When we start trading, it will open a trading platform like Metatrader where prices in the forex market are displayed in graphical form. Forex charts illustrate the price movements of a currency pair on the forex market, whether the movement is up, down, or static. However, in practice, our observation of price movements will also be affected by Time Frame. Therefore, before analyzing price movements, we must first understand the matter of Time Frame in forex.

Definition of Time Frame in Forex

Time Frame in forex is a certain period of time determined as a period of observation of price movements. At different times, the price conditions displayed can be translated differently. For example, for example, the EUR / USD currency pair weakened over the past hour, but strengthened in the past day. All of this will appear on the forex chart, if we change the attached Time Frame.

According to practical terms, forex charts are formed from data on price movements collected in certain time frames. Therefore, if the Time Frame is changed, the price movement data can change. For example, consider the comparison of price movements in EUR / USD in the 1 Hour Time Frame (Hourly / H1 / M60) and the following 1 Day Time Frame (Daily / D1).


On the Candlestick chart in 1 Hour Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 hour (opening, closing, high, and lowest prices). Whereas in the 1 Day Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 full day. The Time Frame Unit shows the length of time it takes to form a candlestick; so the graph will vary depending on the Time Frame.

The Time Frame unit in forex is most often used, namely 1 Minute (M1), 5 Minutes (M5), 15 Minutes (M15), 30 Minutes (M30), 1 Hour (H1), 4 Hours (H4), 1 Day (D1 ), 1 Week (W1), and 1 Month (MN). On a trading platform, there are usually several Time Frame options available, and we can move around to determine which Time Frame is more suitable for use in forex trading activities.


Choosing a Time Frame in Forex

Choosing Time Frame in forex is easy and difficult. In general, traders choose based on the trading system used. Example:

1. Scalping System User Trader.
With a scalping system, traders can open and close transactions quickly, or even just a few minutes. Therefore, traders like this usually use the M1, M5 or Maximum M30 Time Frame.
2. User Trader Day Trading System.
As the name implies, "Day Trading" means opening and closing forex transactions on the same day. For Day Trading, Frame Time M30 is usually used up to H1, plus H4 or D1 as the comparison Time Frame.
3. User Trader Swing System.
With the Swing system, traders may open and hold transactions up to several days, weeks, even months. Therefore, the Time Frame used ranges from H4 to W1 and MN.

Every trader can trade using one Time Frame or more. Low time frames are usually considered to contain too many annoying fluctuations, while a higher Time Frame is considered to describe the overall price trend better. The effort to choose Time Frame in forex also considers these factors.


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#1 - February 11, 2019, 03:39:32 AM

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  When we start trading, it will open a trading platform like Metatrader where prices in the forex market are displayed in graphical form. Forex charts illustrate the price movements of a currency pair on the forex market, whether the movement is up, down, or static. However, in practice, our observation of price movements will also be affected by Time Frame. Therefore, before analyzing price movements, we must first understand the matter of Time Frame in forex.

Definition of Time Frame in Forex

Time Frame in forex is a certain period of time determined as a period of observation of price movements. At different times, the price conditions displayed can be translated differently. For example, for example, the EUR / USD currency pair weakened over the past hour, but strengthened in the past day. All of this will appear on the forex chart, if we change the attached Time Frame.

According to practical terms, forex charts are formed from data on price movements collected in certain time frames. Therefore, if the Time Frame is changed, the price movement data can change. For example, consider the comparison of price movements in EUR / USD in the 1 Hour Time Frame (Hourly / H1 / M60) and the following 1 Day Time Frame (Daily / D1).


On the Candlestick chart in 1 Hour Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 hour (opening, closing, high, and lowest prices). Whereas in the 1 Day Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 full day. The Time Frame Unit shows the length of time it takes to form a candlestick; so the graph will vary depending on the Time Frame.

The Time Frame unit in forex is most often used, namely 1 Minute (M1), 5 Minutes (M5), 15 Minutes (M15), 30 Minutes (M30), 1 Hour (H1), 4 Hours (H4), 1 Day (D1 ), 1 Week (W1), and 1 Month (MN). On a trading platform, there are usually several Time Frame options available, and we can move around to determine which Time Frame is more suitable for use in forex trading activities.


Choosing a Time Frame in Forex

Choosing Time Frame in forex is easy and difficult. In general, traders choose based on the trading system used. Example:

1. Scalping System User Trader.
With a scalping system, traders can open and close transactions quickly, or even just a few minutes. Therefore, traders like this usually use the M1, M5 or Maximum M30 Time Frame.
2. User Trader Day Trading System.
As the name implies, "Day Trading" means opening and closing forex transactions on the same day. For Day Trading, Frame Time M30 is usually used up to H1, plus H4 or D1 as the comparison Time Frame.
3. User Trader Swing System.
With the Swing system, traders may open and hold transactions up to several days, weeks, even months. Therefore, the Time Frame used ranges from H4 to W1 and MN.

Every trader can trade using one Time Frame or more. Low time frames are usually considered to contain too many annoying fluctuations, while a higher Time Frame is considered to describe the overall price trend better. The effort to choose Time Frame in forex also considers these factors.


In a trade in the derivatives market which is the driving factor
is price and time, of course you have to know when you should
entering or leaving the market when you transact, units in am
This trade is determined by the security of a transaction that occurs in am
unit of time, usually called Time Frame (TF).
#2 - February 11, 2019, 05:57:42 AM

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In a trade in the derivatives market which is the driving factor
is price and time, of course you have to know when you should
entering or leaving the market when you transact, units in am
This trade is determined by the security of a transaction that occurs in am
unit of time, usually called Time Frame (TF).
and new traders often ignore the benefits of using time frames in forex trading.
#3 - February 11, 2019, 06:54:21 AM

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On the Candlestick chart in 1 Hour Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 hour (opening, closing, high, and lowest prices). Whereas in the 1 Day Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 full day. The Time Frame Unit shows the length of time it takes to form a candlestick; so the graph will vary depending on the Time Frame.
Every chart type beside candlestick also provides the same view each time we change the time frame. Time frames gives exact impact to all charts with no exception because it's function is to give us different look at market in different period of time. Each line or bar will represent specific time depending on which time frame we're using. The example has been given in this thread so I'm here to add some important notices.
#4 - February 11, 2019, 07:23:04 AM

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  When we start trading, it will open a trading platform like Metatrader where prices in the forex market are displayed in graphical form. Forex charts illustrate the price movements of a currency pair on the forex market, whether the movement is up, down, or static. However, in practice, our observation of price movements will also be affected by Time Frame. Therefore, before analyzing price movements, we must first understand the matter of Time Frame in forex.

Definition of Time Frame in Forex

Time Frame in forex is a certain period of time determined as a period of observation of price movements. At different times, the price conditions displayed can be translated differently. For example, for example, the EUR / USD currency pair weakened over the past hour, but strengthened in the past day. All of this will appear on the forex chart, if we change the attached Time Frame.

According to practical terms, forex charts are formed from data on price movements collected in certain time frames. Therefore, if the Time Frame is changed, the price movement data can change. For example, consider the comparison of price movements in EUR / USD in the 1 Hour Time Frame (Hourly / H1 / M60) and the following 1 Day Time Frame (Daily / D1).


On the Candlestick chart in 1 Hour Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 hour (opening, closing, high, and lowest prices). Whereas in the 1 Day Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 full day. The Time Frame Unit shows the length of time it takes to form a candlestick; so the graph will vary depending on the Time Frame.

The Time Frame unit in forex is most often used, namely 1 Minute (M1), 5 Minutes (M5), 15 Minutes (M15), 30 Minutes (M30), 1 Hour (H1), 4 Hours (H4), 1 Day (D1 ), 1 Week (W1), and 1 Month (MN). On a trading platform, there are usually several Time Frame options available, and we can move around to determine which Time Frame is more suitable for use in forex trading activities.


Choosing a Time Frame in Forex

Choosing Time Frame in forex is easy and difficult. In general, traders choose based on the trading system used. Example:

1. Scalping System User Trader.
With a scalping system, traders can open and close transactions quickly, or even just a few minutes. Therefore, traders like this usually use the M1, M5 or Maximum M30 Time Frame.
2. User Trader Day Trading System.
As the name implies, "Day Trading" means opening and closing forex transactions on the same day. For Day Trading, Frame Time M30 is usually used up to H1, plus H4 or D1 as the comparison Time Frame.
3. User Trader Swing System.
With the Swing system, traders may open and hold transactions up to several days, weeks, even months. Therefore, the Time Frame used ranges from H4 to W1 and MN.

Every trader can trade using one Time Frame or more. Low time frames are usually considered to contain too many annoying fluctuations, while a higher Time Frame is considered to describe the overall price trend better. The effort to choose Time Frame in forex also considers these factors.
I think each time frame has its own character. Larger time frames are often more valid than smaller time frames. in a condition where the price is saturated in a small time frame but the price in the larger time frame is not necessarily the same.
#5 - February 11, 2019, 07:31:00 AM

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In trading on the market which is a driving factor
is price and time, you have to know when you should
entering or leaving the market when you transact, usually called Time Frame (TF). so it depends on how good we are at which time
#6 - February 11, 2019, 09:10:10 AM

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  When we start trading, it will open a trading platform like Metatrader where prices in the forex market are displayed in graphical form. Forex charts illustrate the price movements of a currency pair on the forex market, whether the movement is up, down, or static. However, in practice, our observation of price movements will also be affected by Time Frame. Therefore, before analyzing price movements, we must first understand the matter of Time Frame in forex.

Definition of Time Frame in Forex

Time Frame in forex is a certain period of time determined as a period of observation of price movements. At different times, the price conditions displayed can be translated differently. For example, for example, the EUR / USD currency pair weakened over the past hour, but strengthened in the past day. All of this will appear on the forex chart, if we change the attached Time Frame.

According to practical terms, forex charts are formed from data on price movements collected in certain time frames. Therefore, if the Time Frame is changed, the price movement data can change. For example, consider the comparison of price movements in EUR / USD in the 1 Hour Time Frame (Hourly / H1 / M60) and the following 1 Day Time Frame (Daily / D1).


On the Candlestick chart in 1 Hour Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 hour (opening, closing, high, and lowest prices). Whereas in the 1 Day Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 full day. The Time Frame Unit shows the length of time it takes to form a candlestick; so the graph will vary depending on the Time Frame.

The Time Frame unit in forex is most often used, namely 1 Minute (M1), 5 Minutes (M5), 15 Minutes (M15), 30 Minutes (M30), 1 Hour (H1), 4 Hours (H4), 1 Day (D1 ), 1 Week (W1), and 1 Month (MN). On a trading platform, there are usually several Time Frame options available, and we can move around to determine which Time Frame is more suitable for use in forex trading activities.


Choosing a Time Frame in Forex

Choosing Time Frame in forex is easy and difficult. In general, traders choose based on the trading system used. Example:

1. Scalping System User Trader.
With a scalping system, traders can open and close transactions quickly, or even just a few minutes. Therefore, traders like this usually use the M1, M5 or Maximum M30 Time Frame.
2. User Trader Day Trading System.
As the name implies, "Day Trading" means opening and closing forex transactions on the same day. For Day Trading, Frame Time M30 is usually used up to H1, plus H4 or D1 as the comparison Time Frame.
3. User Trader Swing System.
With the Swing system, traders may open and hold transactions up to several days, weeks, even months. Therefore, the Time Frame used ranges from H4 to W1 and MN.

Every trader can trade using one Time Frame or more. Low time frames are usually considered to contain too many annoying fluctuations, while a higher Time Frame is considered to describe the overall price trend better. The effort to choose Time Frame in forex also considers these factors.
are the bigger timeframe the lower noise? 
#7 - February 11, 2019, 09:11:28 AM

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  When we start trading, it will open a trading platform like Metatrader where prices in the forex market are displayed in graphical form. Forex charts illustrate the price movements of a currency pair on the forex market, whether the movement is up, down, or static. However, in practice, our observation of price movements will also be affected by Time Frame. Therefore, before analyzing price movements, we must first understand the matter of Time Frame in forex.

Definition of Time Frame in Forex

Time Frame in forex is a certain period of time determined as a period of observation of price movements. At different times, the price conditions displayed can be translated differently. For example, for example, the EUR / USD currency pair weakened over the past hour, but strengthened in the past day. All of this will appear on the forex chart, if we change the attached Time Frame.

According to practical terms, forex charts are formed from data on price movements collected in certain time frames. Therefore, if the Time Frame is changed, the price movement data can change. For example, consider the comparison of price movements in EUR / USD in the 1 Hour Time Frame (Hourly / H1 / M60) and the following 1 Day Time Frame (Daily / D1).


On the Candlestick chart in 1 Hour Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 hour (opening, closing, high, and lowest prices). Whereas in the 1 Day Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 full day. The Time Frame Unit shows the length of time it takes to form a candlestick; so the graph will vary depending on the Time Frame.

The Time Frame unit in forex is most often used, namely 1 Minute (M1), 5 Minutes (M5), 15 Minutes (M15), 30 Minutes (M30), 1 Hour (H1), 4 Hours (H4), 1 Day (D1 ), 1 Week (W1), and 1 Month (MN). On a trading platform, there are usually several Time Frame options available, and we can move around to determine which Time Frame is more suitable for use in forex trading activities.


Choosing a Time Frame in Forex

Choosing Time Frame in forex is easy and difficult. In general, traders choose based on the trading system used. Example:

1. Scalping System User Trader.
With a scalping system, traders can open and close transactions quickly, or even just a few minutes. Therefore, traders like this usually use the M1, M5 or Maximum M30 Time Frame.
2. User Trader Day Trading System.
As the name implies, "Day Trading" means opening and closing forex transactions on the same day. For Day Trading, Frame Time M30 is usually used up to H1, plus H4 or D1 as the comparison Time Frame.
3. User Trader Swing System.
With the Swing system, traders may open and hold transactions up to several days, weeks, even months. Therefore, the Time Frame used ranges from H4 to W1 and MN.

Every trader can trade using one Time Frame or more. Low time frames are usually considered to contain too many annoying fluctuations, while a higher Time Frame is considered to describe the overall price trend better. The effort to choose Time Frame in forex also considers these factors.
yeah bro i agree...  M1 -  m15 for scalping   and m30 - h1 for intra day,  h4-monthly for swinger hehe 
thanks brother
#8 - February 11, 2019, 11:51:26 AM

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are the bigger timeframe the lower noise?
I think so. Because big TF more whipsaw less and it's better place for make analysis.
#9 - February 12, 2019, 03:45:49 PM

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  When we start trading, it will open a trading platform like Metatrader where prices in the forex market are displayed in graphical form. Forex charts illustrate the price movements of a currency pair on the forex market, whether the movement is up, down, or static. However, in practice, our observation of price movements will also be affected by Time Frame. Therefore, before analyzing price movements, we must first understand the matter of Time Frame in forex.

Definition of Time Frame in Forex

Time Frame in forex is a certain period of time determined as a period of observation of price movements. At different times, the price conditions displayed can be translated differently. For example, for example, the EUR / USD currency pair weakened over the past hour, but strengthened in the past day. All of this will appear on the forex chart, if we change the attached Time Frame.

According to practical terms, forex charts are formed from data on price movements collected in certain time frames. Therefore, if the Time Frame is changed, the price movement data can change. For example, consider the comparison of price movements in EUR / USD in the 1 Hour Time Frame (Hourly / H1 / M60) and the following 1 Day Time Frame (Daily / D1).


On the Candlestick chart in 1 Hour Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 hour (opening, closing, high, and lowest prices). Whereas in the 1 Day Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 full day. The Time Frame Unit shows the length of time it takes to form a candlestick; so the graph will vary depending on the Time Frame.

The Time Frame unit in forex is most often used, namely 1 Minute (M1), 5 Minutes (M5), 15 Minutes (M15), 30 Minutes (M30), 1 Hour (H1), 4 Hours (H4), 1 Day (D1 ), 1 Week (W1), and 1 Month (MN). On a trading platform, there are usually several Time Frame options available, and we can move around to determine which Time Frame is more suitable for use in forex trading activities.


Choosing a Time Frame in Forex

Choosing Time Frame in forex is easy and difficult. In general, traders choose based on the trading system used. Example:

1. Scalping System User Trader.
With a scalping system, traders can open and close transactions quickly, or even just a few minutes. Therefore, traders like this usually use the M1, M5 or Maximum M30 Time Frame.
2. User Trader Day Trading System.
As the name implies, "Day Trading" means opening and closing forex transactions on the same day. For Day Trading, Frame Time M30 is usually used up to H1, plus H4 or D1 as the comparison Time Frame.
3. User Trader Swing System.
With the Swing system, traders may open and hold transactions up to several days, weeks, even months. Therefore, the Time Frame used ranges from H4 to W1 and MN.

Every trader can trade using one Time Frame or more. Low time frames are usually considered to contain too many annoying fluctuations, while a higher Time Frame is considered to describe the overall price trend better. The effort to choose Time Frame in forex also considers these factors.
Your thread is an explanation of one of the important features of the trading platform, everyone must read this. thank you for the info, it would be better if you can explain the other features.
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  When we start trading, it will open a trading platform like Metatrader where prices in the forex market are displayed in graphical form. Forex charts illustrate the price movements of a currency pair on the forex market, whether the movement is up, down, or static. However, in practice, our observation of price movements will also be affected by Time Frame. Therefore, before analyzing price movements, we must first understand the matter of Time Frame in forex.

Definition of Time Frame in Forex

Time Frame in forex is a certain period of time determined as a period of observation of price movements. At different times, the price conditions displayed can be translated differently. For example, for example, the EUR / USD currency pair weakened over the past hour, but strengthened in the past day. All of this will appear on the forex chart, if we change the attached Time Frame.

According to practical terms, forex charts are formed from data on price movements collected in certain time frames. Therefore, if the Time Frame is changed, the price movement data can change. For example, consider the comparison of price movements in EUR / USD in the 1 Hour Time Frame (Hourly / H1 / M60) and the following 1 Day Time Frame (Daily / D1).


On the Candlestick chart in 1 Hour Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 hour (opening, closing, high, and lowest prices). Whereas in the 1 Day Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 full day. The Time Frame Unit shows the length of time it takes to form a candlestick; so the graph will vary depending on the Time Frame.

The Time Frame unit in forex is most often used, namely 1 Minute (M1), 5 Minutes (M5), 15 Minutes (M15), 30 Minutes (M30), 1 Hour (H1), 4 Hours (H4), 1 Day (D1 ), 1 Week (W1), and 1 Month (MN). On a trading platform, there are usually several Time Frame options available, and we can move around to determine which Time Frame is more suitable for use in forex trading activities.


Choosing a Time Frame in Forex

Choosing Time Frame in forex is easy and difficult. In general, traders choose based on the trading system used. Example:

1. Scalping System User Trader.
With a scalping system, traders can open and close transactions quickly, or even just a few minutes. Therefore, traders like this usually use the M1, M5 or Maximum M30 Time Frame.
2. User Trader Day Trading System.
As the name implies, "Day Trading" means opening and closing forex transactions on the same day. For Day Trading, Frame Time M30 is usually used up to H1, plus H4 or D1 as the comparison Time Frame.
3. User Trader Swing System.
With the Swing system, traders may open and hold transactions up to several days, weeks, even months. Therefore, the Time Frame used ranges from H4 to W1 and MN.

Every trader can trade using one Time Frame or more. Low time frames are usually considered to contain too many annoying fluctuations, while a higher Time Frame is considered to describe the overall price trend better. The effort to choose Time Frame in forex also considers these factors.
in my opinion the timeframe is time deduction
in this case the time needed for one candle moves to another candle
in the meaning of
if we open timefram m30
then the time needed to change candles is 30minutes
and vice versa with the other timeframes
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when is the right time to make the transaction?
#12 - March 08, 2019, 03:02:33 AM

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  When we start trading, it will open a trading platform like Metatrader where prices in the forex market are displayed in graphical form. Forex charts illustrate the price movements of a currency pair on the forex market, whether the movement is up, down, or static. However, in practice, our observation of price movements will also be affected by Time Frame. Therefore, before analyzing price movements, we must first understand the matter of Time Frame in forex.

Definition of Time Frame in Forex

Time Frame in forex is a certain period of time determined as a period of observation of price movements. At different times, the price conditions displayed can be translated differently. For example, for example, the EUR / USD currency pair weakened over the past hour, but strengthened in the past day. All of this will appear on the forex chart, if we change the attached Time Frame.

According to practical terms, forex charts are formed from data on price movements collected in certain time frames. Therefore, if the Time Frame is changed, the price movement data can change. For example, consider the comparison of price movements in EUR / USD in the 1 Hour Time Frame (Hourly / H1 / M60) and the following 1 Day Time Frame (Daily / D1).


On the Candlestick chart in 1 Hour Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 hour (opening, closing, high, and lowest prices). Whereas in the 1 Day Time Frame, each candle describes the movement for 1 full day. The Time Frame Unit shows the length of time it takes to form a candlestick; so the graph will vary depending on the Time Frame.

The Time Frame unit in forex is most often used, namely 1 Minute (M1), 5 Minutes (M5), 15 Minutes (M15), 30 Minutes (M30), 1 Hour (H1), 4 Hours (H4), 1 Day (D1 ), 1 Week (W1), and 1 Month (MN). On a trading platform, there are usually several Time Frame options available, and we can move around to determine which Time Frame is more suitable for use in forex trading activities.


Choosing a Time Frame in Forex

Choosing Time Frame in forex is easy and difficult. In general, traders choose based on the trading system used. Example:

1. Scalping System User Trader.
With a scalping system, traders can open and close transactions quickly, or even just a few minutes. Therefore, traders like this usually use the M1, M5 or Maximum M30 Time Frame.
2. User Trader Day Trading System.
As the name implies, "Day Trading" means opening and closing forex transactions on the same day. For Day Trading, Frame Time M30 is usually used up to H1, plus H4 or D1 as the comparison Time Frame.
3. User Trader Swing System.
With the Swing system, traders may open and hold transactions up to several days, weeks, even months. Therefore, the Time Frame used ranges from H4 to W1 and MN.

Every trader can trade using one Time Frame or more. Low time frames are usually considered to contain too many annoying fluctuations, while a higher Time Frame is considered to describe the overall price trend better. The effort to choose Time Frame in forex also considers these factors.
information like this that is sought by beginner traders and can be used as a benchmark for conducting analysis.

with the use of TF it depends on the type of trader itself. whether you like short or long trading.

but each TF is interrelated to determine an analysis, for example when we do an analysis with TF 1H it must also look at TF 4H to increase the percentage of accuracy of the analysis.
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when is the right time to make the transaction?
The right time comings from you analysis. BTW timeframe it's just price cover.

I'm made analyze in big TF and take entry in small TF 
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The right time comings from you analysis. BTW timeframe it's just price cover.

I'm made analyze in big TF and take entry in small TF
Your goal is large TF to determine trends in the market and small TFs to see the best point to open positions.
very good and indeed so floating will be very small.
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