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Day Trading Tips: The Most Reliable Time Interval for your Charts


www.TopDogTrading.com Day Trading Tips How to Choose the Best Time Interval for Your Day Trading and Swing Trading Charts for stocks, stock market, Forex, futures or emini.


9 Responses to “Day Trading Tips: The Most Reliable Time Interval for your Charts”
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  3. Jotto999 says:

    For me, a mix is crucial. I trade intra-week, and for that I must check daily, 4H and 15 min, and usually also 30 min and 5 min (for my entries, a mix of smaller time frames helps a lot to confirm). Also keep the weekly in mind, it shows the “big picture”.

    It takes practice to make all that information make sense, but if you don’t learn to paint the picture you will miss.

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  5. VeteransAgainstKonop says:

    I look at a 15 second chart.

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  8. eddyvideostar says:

    Regarding the chart time intervals: The most popular time intervals and indicators used are also the ones used by steath market makers and specialist to fake out potential purchasers. Ironically, it is they, much of the time who draw the patterns on the charts and send the unsuspecting on a wild goose chase.

  9. physics2112 says:

    “What’s your psychological need for trade frequency?” Yes, that’s a very important consideration. I didn’t realize until recently how important it was to my own trading. Great video, thanks.

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