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Multiple Time-Frame Analysis

Multiple time frames analysis equals using 2 chart time frames to trade stock trading - a shorter one used for trading and a longer one to check the Stock trend.

 

Since it is always good to follow the trend, in Multiple Time Frame Analysis, the longer time frame gives us the direction of the long-term trend.

 

If the long-term market direction supports the direction of the smaller chart time frame then the probability of being profitable is greatly increased. This is because even if you make a mistake the long-term stock trading trend will eventually save you. Also if you trade with the direction of the stock trading market, then mostly you will be on the winning side, this is what this analysis is all about.

 

Remember there is a popular saying by many Stock and stock market investors that says; "The stock trading trend is your friend" - never go against the stock trading market.

 

There are four different types of Stock traders - all these use different charts to trade as explained below.

 

Examples of how each type of trader uses multiple time frames analysis strategy:

 

Scalpers

This group holds on to their trades for only a few minutes. The scalper never holds on to a trade for more than ten minutes. With the objective of making a small amount of pips, 5 - 20 pips.

 

A Scalper using 1 minute chart wants to go long, checks 5 minute chart, which looks like the one below, since 5 min show stock trading trend is going up, then decides from this analysis it's okay to buy.

Scalper trader multiple time frame strategy

 


Day Traders

This group holds on to their trades for a few hours but not more than a day. With the objective of making quite a number of pips, 30 - 100 pips.

 

Day trader trading 15 minute chart wants to go long, checks 1 hour stock trading chart, which looks like the one below, since 1 hour shows market stock trading trend is going up, then decides from this analysis it's okay to buy

Day Traders multiple time frame strategy

 

 

 

Swing Traders

This group holds on to their trades for a few days to a week. With the objective of making a large number of pips, 100 - 400 pips.

 

Swing trader using 1 hour stock trading chart wants to go short, checks 4 hour stock trading chart, which looks like the stock trading example below, since 4 hour shows the stock trading trend is going down, then decides from this analysis it's okay to sell.

Day Traders multiple time frame strategy

 

 

 

Position traders

These are the investors that hold on to their trades for weeks or months. With the objective of making a large number of pips, 300 - 1000 pips.

 

Position trader using the daily chart wants to go short, checks weekly chart, weekly looks like the one below, since weekly shows the stock trading trend is going down, then decides from this analysis it's okay to sell.

Position trader multiple time frame analysis

 

 

 

How To Define A Trend

Using a stock trading system has 3 indicators - MA Crossover System, RSI and MACD and uses simple rules to define the trend. The rules are:

 

Upward trend

Both MAs Moving Up

RSI above 50

MACD Above Centerline

 

Downward Trend

Both MAs Moving Down

RSI below 50

MACD Below Centerline

 

For More explanation about this system read: How To Generate Trading Signals With a Stock Trading System.

 

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