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Hi guys.....i have a question related to japanese candelstick chart patterns reliability. I think that on lower time frames (5 minutes or less) there is too much noise and price movements can be too nervous for chart pattern to be used with a good reliability. Which is the lowest time frame i can use to get effective infos from chart patterns (given that anyway i have to use them with a grain of salt)? 1h?1d?....

Thanks in advance

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#1 - February 09, 2019, 03:42:53 PM

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Hi guys.....i have a question related to japanese candelstick chart patterns reliability. I think that on lower time frames (5 minutes or less) there is too much noise and price movements can be too nervous for chart pattern to be used with a good reliability. Which is the lowest time frame i can use to get effective infos from chart patterns (given that anyway i have to use them with a grain of salt)? 1h?1d?....

Thanks in advance
i personally use H1 and up and i use bar chart, and sometimes candlestick. yes the bigger timeframe the lower noise is, but its so long just to wait 1 candle closes
#2 - February 10, 2019, 04:41:14 AM

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i personally use H1 and up and i use bar chart, and sometimes candlestick. yes the bigger timeframe the lower noise is, but its so long just to wait 1 candle closes
Glade to know that there are some more people who are here for knowledge sharing. I think you guys gonna help me a lot. Thanks.:D
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Glade to know that there are some more people who are here for knowledge sharing. I think you guys gonna help me a lot. Thanks.:D
you welcome, PM me if you need any other help! 
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I get used to analyzing the H1 and H4 time frames sometimes also in D1 but to take a position I usually see the moment at the time of m15 due to minimize the risk.
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Hi guys.....i have a question related to japanese candelstick chart patterns reliability. I think that on lower time frames (5 minutes or less) there is too much noise and price movements can be too nervous for chart pattern to be used with a good reliability. Which is the lowest time frame i can use to get effective infos from chart patterns (given that anyway i have to use them with a grain of salt)? 1h?1d?....

Thanks in advance
in my opinion depending on your own needs. for example for a target that is not too long, for example, that day can be immediately closed. better use TF H1 but if for the long term, use a larger TF.



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Hi guys.....i have a question related to japanese candelstick chart patterns reliability. I think that on lower time frames (5 minutes or less) there is too much noise and price movements can be too nervous for chart pattern to be used with a good reliability. Which is the lowest time frame i can use to get effective infos from chart patterns (given that anyway i have to use them with a grain of salt)? 1h?1d?....

Thanks in advance
what kind of analysis technique is ... if you can give an example so that all of us fellow traders here can also learn
#7 - February 10, 2019, 06:15:51 AM

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Hi guys.....i have a question related to japanese candelstick chart patterns reliability. I think that on lower time frames (5 minutes or less) there is too much noise and price movements can be too nervous for chart pattern to be used with a good reliability. Which is the lowest time frame i can use to get effective infos from chart patterns (given that anyway i have to use them with a grain of salt)? 1h?1d?....

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I don't understand your question, what I catch is that the trade in the smaller timeframe is accurate? In my opinion it depends on the technique and style of the trader itself. So every trader must recognize their own abilities in order to be able to do a strategy on the market.
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Hi guys.....i have a question related to japanese candelstick chart patterns reliability. I think that on lower time frames (5 minutes or less) there is too much noise and price movements can be too nervous for chart pattern to be used with a good reliability. Which is the lowest time frame i can use to get effective infos from chart patterns (given that anyway i have to use them with a grain of salt)? 1h?1d?....

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The candle pattern and chart pattern will be more accurate if the larger time frame is used, so if you want to use a chart pattern then confirm with a larger TF.
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I don't understand your question, what I catch is that the trade in the smaller timeframe is accurate? In my opinion it depends on the technique and style of the trader itself. So every trader must recognize their own abilities in order to be able to do a strategy on the market.
Thanks for your feedback..
I means...Which time frames to use depends on your strategy, all time frames, even the 1M one are viable options..
#10 - February 10, 2019, 07:00:38 AM

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Thanks for your feedback..
I means...Which time frames to use depends on your strategy, all time frames, even the 1M one are viable options..
Depending on the techniques of each of your trading traders, all M1 or Dayli will have the potential to get profit if we already know the gap.
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Hi guys.....i have a question related to japanese candelstick chart patterns reliability. I think that on lower time frames (5 minutes or less) there is too much noise and price movements can be too nervous for chart pattern to be used with a good reliability. Which is the lowest time frame i can use to get effective infos from chart patterns (given that anyway i have to use them with a grain of salt)? 1h?1d?....

Thanks in advance


I think TF 1 H is a logical one, but depending on the style of each trader ... choose according to what you like, and according to your trading strategy, get used to it! A larger TF will make your loss limit bigger ...


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depends on us using intraday techniques or swinger techniques .....
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Hi guys.....i have a question related to japanese candelstick chart patterns reliability. I think that on lower time frames (5 minutes or less) there is too much noise and price movements can be too nervous for chart pattern to be used with a good reliability. Which is the lowest time frame i can use to get effective infos from chart patterns (given that anyway i have to use them with a grain of salt)? 1h?1d?....

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it is better to use TF 4H to see the market, 
Because TF 4H is more stable if combined with the bollinger band indicator alone is representative enough to trade.
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Hi guys.....i have a question related to japanese candelstick chart patterns reliability. I think that on lower time frames (5 minutes or less) there is too much noise and price movements can be too nervous for chart pattern to be used with a good reliability. Which is the lowest time frame i can use to get effective infos from chart patterns (given that anyway i have to use them with a grain of salt)? 1h?1d?....

Thanks in advance
if you want to do an analysis with a candle stick pattern
it's better to use a large timefram
such as h4 or daily
because in big timefram fake signals rarely occur
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