More volatility on the smaller time frame
B 5 min
B 5 min
Thegman's Journal (Equity Millipede Concept) 102 replies
Trading an Equity Millipede 23 replies
DislikedThis is quiet important quiz.
Can anyone tell me from the below 2 charts, which is 5 minute chart and which is weekly chart? And the reason why.
Chart A or Chart B?
Look forward to your answers tomorrow and will return to further add to what I have shown today
Now the above step by step interpretation is very important and I need all readers to understand what/why my train of thoughts. It is linked to my next topic in a planned flow of explanation.
I will address next topic tomorrow afternoon but until then I have a mini quiz for all
DislikedJust before I head out I should have mentioned that there is no right or wrong answer to the quiz (to a sense).
However, I appreciate a honest response for the willing participants.
Continuing on tomorrow.
DislikedI have often been looking at one TF and thinking it was another so IMHO either could be for reasons already posted, but if I had to bet on it, A would be my choice for 5 min.Ignored
DislikedHi everyone, i'll test this method on a demo account though i just read the first pages
So for now i'll train about entry points and try to find differents ways to do it
Do you have some advises about the pages i should read to find some good method for choosing them (except support/trendline breakouts which ain't a so easy thing to code...and i would like to code this part of the job)
I was thinking about selling in a small timeframe when all the major pairs were losing against USD at the same time and the contrary. I think this way there may...Ignored
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