Multiple Timeframe Analysis for Intraday Trading
In this article, I am going to discuss Multiple TimeFrame Analysis for Intraday Trading in detail. Please read our previous article where we discussed how to prepare for day trading before the market opens. As part of this article, we are going to discuss the following pointers in detail.
- What is multiple timeframe analysis?
- Understanding the trend with multiple timeframe analysis
- How to use multiple time frame in trading
- Advantages of multiple timeframe analysis
Multiple timeframe analysis for intraday trading
Have you ever found yourself taking a picture-perfect setup on your primary timeframe chart only to see if not work and stops you out? Traders should always understand the overall market environment and no just one-time frame
Advantages of using multiple time frames that we cover include:
- Allowing the trader to get a micro view of larger time frames, which can, in turn, conﬁrm the trader’s original analysis of trade. It is like using a backup pattern and ﬁne-tuning an entry. An example would be having a pattern on a 60-minute chart and using a 5-minute chart to conﬁrm the entry.
- Risk can be managed more effectively by combining time frames. A trader can learn to move stops on smaller time frames for patterns that complete on larger time frames.
- Using multiple time frames from larger to smaller can help the trader to be aware of contrary or opposing patterns that form on smaller time frames that are against the longer-term time frame.
Let’s take day trading example
We will use 3-time frames for our decision making
- Higher Time Frame (HTF) DAILY
- Intermediate Time Frame(ITF) HOURLY
- Trading Time Frame(TTF) 5MINUTES
Higher Time Frame (HTF) DAILY
The daily time frame for market overview and stock selection
FOR STOCK selection based on
- HTF support and resistance Or SUPPLY AND DEMAND ZONE
- HTF trend channel(demand and supply line)
- HTF SENTIMENT
- HTF SOS AND HTS SOW
Let’s analyze in chart
We have taken three stock-based on the above three stock selection method
Intermediate Time Frame (ITF) HOURLY
In this time frame, we will define the structural framework within which our trading timeframe (TTF)price action will move. In this time frame, we will
- Indemnifying trend and
- Marking the nearest supply and demand zone
Let’s analyze the above three chart in the intermediate time frame in above three chart
Trading Time Frame (TTF) 5 MINUTES
We will use a trading time frame(TTF) FOR
- Used for zone selection
- Used for entry, exit, and stop-loss placement
How to select a zone?
Marking the nearest supply and demand zone
Find where we are with respect to zone
- If the trend up and we are at supply zone avoids long trend, we become sellers as the price at supply zone or wait for a clear breakout from supply zone.
- If trend up we are at the demand zone look opportunity for long
- If we are middle of the trend, we can go with the intermediate trend
Let’s go-to the trading time frame
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