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that's right. yesterday I only used h1 and finally mc. lucky just a demo account.
all of that needs a process and I think all traders have been hit by mc, as long as from the MC incident we can learn what are the factors that cause mc, now that is the first step to avoid the next mc
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For the Long trade Timeframe used to reference the main trand is timeframe daily. And as a reflection of price movements in the candel Daily, we monitor it through Timeframe H4. And indeed choose momentum for open positions that require very high foresight. Usually it will aim at smaller timeframes. .
For longterm trading more use the time frame reference in the weekly time frame and open position reference in the Hourly time frame ... I myself prefer to use the intraday strategy with a reference in the 4 hours time frame and the open position reference in TF 15 minutes.
#17 - February 15, 2019, 03:25:33 PM

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For the Long trade Timeframe used to reference the main trand is timeframe daily. And as a reflection of price movements in the candel Daily, we monitor it through Timeframe H4. And indeed choose momentum for open positions that require very high foresight. Usually it will aim at smaller timeframes. .
I think this type of intraday trade, if for the long term trade the position is held long enough for the time frame usually starting from MN, W1 and D1. while intraday starts from D1 down. in my opinion.
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For the Long trade Timeframe used to reference the main trand is timeframe daily. And as a reflection of price movements in the candel Daily, we monitor it through Timeframe H4. And indeed choose momentum for open positions that require very high foresight. Usually it will aim at smaller timeframes. .
it is true, the h4 timeframe has a correct ignorance in determining the trend whether it will continue or reverse direction, with that we will know where the market is going next, to find a normal entry position that is not much fakeout in Timeframe m15
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all of that needs a process and I think all traders have been hit by mc, as long as from the MC incident we can learn what are the factors that cause mc, now that is the first step to avoid the next mc
that's right. sometimes we are too confident and forget to put the stop loss. so that it causes mc
#20 - February 16, 2019, 01:34:18 AM

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Big Time Frime, of course, the little noise / momentum direction is clearly not rich in small Time Frime  which bullish and bearish candles often appear especially if the small Time Frime is short of the small news whose value can move the market. also more accurate than Small Time Frames
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For the Long trade Timeframe used to reference the main trand is timeframe daily. And as a reflection of price movements in the candel Daily, we monitor it through Timeframe H4. And indeed choose momentum for open positions that require very high foresight. Usually it will aim at smaller timeframes. .
I am a daily trader, I usually trade in H1 time frames to open positions, but for analysis I like to look first at TF H4 and D1 if there is new momentum, I will do OP and I usually do TP at night around 07: 00 and above
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I am a daily trader, I usually trade in H1 time frames to open positions, but for analysis I like to look first at TF H4 and D1 if there is new momentum, I will do OP and I usually do TP at night around 07: 00 and above
I am also an intraday type trader, but I prefer to use the H4 reference because if I use H1 more often monitor charts that sometimes interfere with activities outside the network.
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I am also an intraday type trader, but I prefer to use the H4 reference because if I use H1 more often monitor charts that sometimes interfere with activities outside the network.
 yes bro I understand what you mean, indeed everyone is different in their taste in using the technique, so I like Open position in H1 because I follow my trading Rule, it is very mandatory for me to OP at H1. the point is to return to the trading technique ok accept love
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in the trading option determining TF I use M30 and H4 or not at time farme H1 because it often gives false sign. that's from my understanding.
#25 - February 17, 2019, 09:14:08 AM

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For the Long trade Timeframe used to reference the main trand is timeframe daily. And as a reflection of price movements in the candel Daily, we monitor it through Timeframe H4. And indeed choose momentum for open positions that require very high foresight. Usually it will aim at smaller timeframes. .
Because I prefer to trade intraday rather than long term, I often use H1 and H4 time frames for reference in determining decision making.
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Because I prefer to trade intraday rather than long term, I often use H1 and H4 time frames for reference in determining decision making.
I strongly agree. In smaller trading timeframes it is very necessary to open a position
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I strongly agree. In smaller trading timeframes it is very necessary to open a position
but be careful when using TIME FRIME small because usually there will be too many false signals and make our trade aggressive so that positions are opened too often and in my opinion it is not very good for trading activities because it will be difficult to monitor our open positions.
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but be careful when using TIME FRIME small because usually there will be too many false signals and make our trade aggressive so that positions are opened too often and in my opinion it is not very good for trading activities because it will be difficult to monitor our open positions.
yeah,, i think so bro
#29 - February 18, 2019, 07:57:00 PM

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that's right. yesterday I only used h1 and finally mc. lucky just a demo account.
is it not right when entering the market to open a position?
#30 - February 18, 2019, 08:41:16 PM

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