Best Charting Time Frames πŸ“ˆβ±οΈ (for Day Trading)

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How professional traders use Charting Time Frames on a real, live prop floor?

We’ll teach you the major differences between execution level Time Frames and higher level Time Frames and why you should always be looking at both when trading.

Plus, additional tips and tricks when it comes to identify significant price levels and how you can avoid the ones that may not matter as much!

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In this video the Trader TV Live team breaks down the most important Charting Time Frames traders need to be looking at for day trading.

We’ll show you why you should always have an “Execution” Time Frame Chart and a “Higher” Time Frame Chart when planning all of your trades!

Also, as an added bonus we walk you through simple steps you can use in your trading to help avoid useless “Noise” in price action.

⏳ Outline:
0:00 – Introduction
1:10 – Most common time frames used by day traders
3:01 – Think “outside the box” don’t be afraid to experiment
5:56 – Incorporating “Higher” Time Frame charts into your trading
10:45 – When should I be looking at Daily Time Frame charts?
12:50 – Topic Summary

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πŸ”– Useful Reading

β€’ How to identify and perform Multi Time Frame Analysis β†’ https://www.daytradetheworld.com/trading-blog/a-guide-to-multi-time-analysis/

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