Intraday Trading Strategies Beginners – Intraday Trading Time Frame Selection

Intraday Trading Strategies Beginners – Intraday Trading Time Frame Selection

– [Presenter] Welcome to
Intraday Trading Strategies for Beginners video series. In this series, we will be learning about intraday trading strategies and short-term trading in detail. In this part, I will be
covering up the foundations of intraday trading time frame selection. I will be telling you why
best intraday time frame is a myth and one should not chase this. I will also be telling you why
multiple time frame analysis is important and how you
should be combining time frames to plan and execute your trade better. I’ll also be introducing
you to top-down approach in time frame selection,
along with three step approach to selecting the right
intraday trading time frame. In the end, I will be
explaining you the concept of time frame alignment and
how to use this in trading. In case you have landed
directly on this video, do start with part one of Intraday Trading Strategies series. Link to all these videos is given in the description box below. So before we move forward
towards time frame selection and multiple time frame
analysis, it is important for you to understand how trend works across all time frames. First, what you see on the chart is we have a short-term
trend that is mostly in existence due to
scalpers, intraday traders, and short-term traders. Such trends that occur
on short-term time frame are very unreliable
and are weak in nature. Second trend cycle that you see is that of medium-term trend, where swing traders and
medium-term traders are present. Now these trends are more
reliable and much more stronger. Third trend cycle that you see here is the long-term trend cycle, where positional and
long-term traders are present. And these are the trends
that are most reliable and exceptionally strong. So in terms of all these trend cycles, short-term trend cycle is sort
of a ripple in the market, medium-term cycle is a wave,
and long-term cycle is a tide. Now most short-term traders
don’t intend aligning with medium-term and long-term trend, and I feel this is not the right approach. Always remember that long-term
and medium-term trend help make the short-term trend stronger. And therefore, as an intraday trader, you should be in a position
to judge the medium-term and long-term trend and
then align with the same. I hope this particular point is clear. Now I’ll just take up 30 seconds to explain why time frame
selection is relative and why one must be careful not
to over-analyze this aspect. Now too many traders get
caught up in identifying the best time frame for intraday trading. In my opinion, this is a myth. And at best, you should avoid this. Now best time frame depends
on how you execute trades in intraday trading. It also depends on preference with one’s own psychological profile. Don’t try and replicate anyone
else’s time frame preference. What I would suggest is find
your own time frame preference by understanding yourself better. Now for example, if
someone is trading based on a opening range breakout,
then he would prefer something like a 15-minute time frame. Whereas a market profile trader would prefer something like
a 30-minute time frame. Now if you’re a trend trader
or a mean reversion trader, you would actually be comfortable with something like a three-minute to five-minute time frame. Therefore, time frame
selection is relative and you will have to see what
you are comfortable with. Now if you generally see
three-minute, five-minute, 15-minute and 30-minute time
frame is the most popular when it comes to intraday trading. And I will strongly
encourage you to experiment with all these time frames
to see which suits you best. Now rather than single time frames, what most intraday traders don’t realize is the importance of
multiple time frame analysis and this is what I will
cover in this video. Through multiple time frame analysis, you increase your odds
of success by aligning with the higher time frame trend cycle and riding the short-term
trend til it lasts. Now let us now see how higher time frame and short time frame work together. So what I’ll be doing is
I’ll be presenting you with a framework for time frame analysis and this is what we will follow in the remainder of the series. Now it’s important to understand this time frame analysis structure, and hence, pay attention closely. Now lower time frame, you
would use for entry and exit, but it is the higher time frame that will guide you
towards trade planning. The higher time frame here
will be used to assess broad market direction
and will be used to assess risk in market in terms of volatility and market performance. Higher time frame will also be used to assess price and volume
trend and market sentiment. Lower time frame on the other hand, you will be using only
to enter and exit trades. Now I will come to explaining
this in detail once we get to individual intraday trading strategies, but start thinking in terms
of this time frame structure from now on. Now you have to understand
that price and volume trend is a result of confluence
between various time frames, and unless you understand the
inter-time frame relationship, your potential to gain maximum profit will always remain limited. Let me now explain on
price and volume charts, how higher time frame helps you to decide in which direction to trade. Again, take a snapshot of
this particular framework because going forward, we
will be using this framework in almost all of our videos. So let me first summarize what is multiple time frame analysis. And once you understand the
basic point behind this, then we will start moving into the depth. Now this chart that
you see in front of you is that of a 30-minute time frame. Price here was in a well-defined range and then it broke out of this range with a wide-range high-volume candle. Now this then sets out the
tone for the next few sessions with respect to price trend. Now this is something
we have seen repeatedly that high-volume, strong
candles are extremely important and one must pay attention
to these whenever they form. Now this is the same
chart that is represented on a five-minute time frame chart. This marking that you see
on the extreme left side is that of a wide-range
bullish candle being formed on a 30-minute chart. That is, these candles help
this candle being formed. I hope this particular point is clear. Now once price breaks out, it heads into a consolidation phase before breaking out here at range one. Now once price progresses on the up side, it again forms a range
that is marked here, and then it again has a
break out at range two. Now this cycle carries
on where price moves up, forms a range, and then again
breaks out of this range to move higher. This is visible at range three,
range four, and range five. Now don’t start to focus yet on how we take entry at all these points. This will seem complicated for now. However, once I start with
the strategies section, I will show you how
easily this can be done. Now with each range that you see, look at how volume activity shapes up. While in range, volume
completely dries out and it is only that
when break out happens, volumes begin to expand again. This is how it typically plays out and hence, keep this price
volume pattern in mind. Now wherever break out is
happening and volume is expanding, I have marked out these
regions on the chart. Now what you’re essentially doing here is that you are taking
directional reference of trend from higher time frame chart. In this particular case, we
took the directional bias from a 30-minute time frame
chart and then we are looking for entry and exit opportunity
on a lower time frame chart, that is a five minute time frame chart. Now this way, you are aligning with the higher time frame traders and the trend they are setting. And you are looking to
benefit as the price moves in the direction of trend. I hope this particular aspect is clear because this forms the basis
of what we are going to discuss in the remainder of the video. So you essentially need to
refer to higher time frame for two main reasons. Number one, to get the
direction of trend right. And number two, to remove random noise on shorter time frame charts. Now let me explain this with few examples that what I mean by random noise on shorter time frame charts. Now look at the chart in front of you. On the left side, you have three candles on a five-minute time frame. And on the right side, you
have all these three candles combined into one candle on
a 15-minute time frame chart. Now if you’re a student of price action, you would read the first candle
on left side as positive. It has a long tail and small
wick and closing is positive on the up side. You would, however, get
worried after seeing candle two and candle three. Now candle two has a longer
wick and a small body. This represents slowing
momentum and supply ahead. And candle three if you see closely, is similar to a gravestone
doji candlestick pattern, which signals end of trend
when it is confirmed. Now the reason you have to
refer to higher time frames is that when you combine
all these three candles and see it on a 15-minute
time frame chart, you get to see the strong
candle with long tail and very small wick. Now body of this candle
is strong, as well, and it represents total bullishness, that is total control by buyers. On five-minute, you do get
many patterns and random noise, which you’d need to confirm by looking at higher time frame chart. This way you will have a balanced approach in assessing demand and supply. And you won’t get biased as a result of one single time frame. I hope this particular
point is also clear. Now this chart that
you see in front of you essentially confirms the importance of inter-time frame analysis. On the left side, you see 12
candles of five-minute each. Now as session begins,
volume is relatively higher as price has moved lower. In fact, the first candle
is a high-volume candle and has a wide range, as well. Now, as price consolidated
and moved higher, volume was again not at all strong. If somebody would be looking
at a five-minute chart, one would think that the bias for price is still down as volumes have risen when price has moved lower. And when eventually price moved higher, that movement has come
on back of low volumes. Now if you look at a 60-minute chart, this is what you get. This is the candle as a result of movement of all these 12 candles on
a five-minute time frame. And in the end, if you look at
this 60-minute chart candle, you get a strong wide-range demand candle on back of huge volumes. Again, don’t go by the
scale of this candle. I have compressed this image so that it fits the slide better. So what appeared weak
on a five-minute chart appears to be really strong
on an hourly time frame chart. I hope you can see how
inter-time frame analysis in intraday trading is
so vital to truly see who remains in control. That is the buyers or sellers. In this particular chart,
while sellers were in control in the beginning of the session,
by the time the hour ended, things had completely reversed. Now this is what makes inter-time
frame analysis so vital in intraday trading
and short-term trading. Now let us see one more example
to understand this better. In this chart, as supply
candles have formed on each of these instances, price has moved lower on back of significant volumes. Now look at all these instances on chart where supply candle gets printed and look at the
corresponding volumes here. Now as price has moved up,
it is evident that volumes have been very less and in
fact, it is insignificant when you compare it with volumes when price was moving lower. Look at these two levels. Leaving aside these two volume bars, look at all the volume
bars that are formed. Average volume is clearly
lower than what you have seen when prices was moving lower. Now anyone looking at volumes would think that price remains in
firm grip of sellers. And the current rise in
the market that you’ve seen is on back of poor volumes. Now if you consolidate this
data into a single candle that I’ve shown on the right side, you get this strong candle with a tail that forms on back of huge volumes. Now look at the candle body
and look at the volumes. This is clearly a wide-range,
strong demand candle that appeared weak on a lower time frame, but you have taken it collectively, it appears on a higher time frame chart as a very strong demand candle. Now time frame selection
cannot be random and therefore, there has to be a systematic
approach on how you select short time frame, medium time
frame and long time frame. Now in the chart in front of you, you see weekly time
frame, daily time frame, hourly time frame, and
time frame of minutes. Now there are four weeks in a month, five days in a week, six
60-minute sessions in a day, and six 10-minute sessions in one hour. The reason I have divided
time frames this way is to give you a systematic method of choosing all three time frames right. Now the first step is to choose a medium-term
time frame first. Now hypothetically speaking,
if my medium-term time frame is a 60-minute chart, this
is how I will then go on and select my long-term time frame and my short-term time frame. Now 60-minute time frame as I said would be my medium-term time frame. Now to arrive at a higher time
frame or a lower time frame, make sure time frame division
is consistent and uniform. Now let me explain this particular aspect. Now we know that there
are six 60-minute sessions in a day. Now six is a common factor here that leads to a higher time frame. That is the daily time frame. Therefore, prefer using same factor of six to arrive at a lower time frame. That is, if I choose a
10-minute time frame, then this would fit the
factor of six perfectly as there are six 10-minute sessions that form one-hour time frame. I know this part will be confusing, therefore, watch this segment again. Let me give you one more example. Now if I sell at 30 minutes
as my medium-term time frame, there are 12 30-minute
sessions that complete a day. That is a longer-term time frame. So my lower time frame would
be two or three-minute chart as there are roughly 12 two
or three-minute sessions that make entire 30-minute session. So the common factor here is 12. Now factor value can be approximate but make sure it is
more or less consistent. So factor values that I typically use are four, five, and six. Now this segment would
have confused some of you. Don’t worry, just rewind. Go back three to four minutes
and watch this segment again. If you want, I will give
you some more examples that you can experiment with. Do let me know by leaving a comment below. And I will then reply back
with some of the combination, that is time frame combinations
you can experiment with. So this is the time
frame analysis framework that we will be following. Long-term time frame would
be used for trend reference. Medium-term time frame will be
used for trend confirmation. And short-term time frame will be used for trade entry and trade exit. Now the main advantage
of using this approach is to seek confirmation
across various time frames and then to trade in the
direction of long-term players. Again, this is a very underrated concept in intraday trading. So this is an example of
what we just discussed. So if 60-minute is my
long-term time frame, my medium-term time frame
would be 15 minutes. So factor used here is a four. That is four separate 15-minute sessions form one session of 60 minutes. Now execution of trades I will be doing on a five minute time frame. Factor here would be of three. That is three individual
five-minute sessions make one 15-minute session. So factors used here for
time frame framework design are four and three, which are
pretty close to one another and hence, would work
as a good combination for time frame selection. Now there are some traders who would prefer using three
time frame combinations. And whereas, there are some traders who would prefer only two
time frame combination. But as a rule of thumb, don’t use more than three time frames as that may complicate things for you. For those of you who
prefer less time frames, instead of using a combination
of three time frames, you can also use a combination
of two time frames. Let me explain this with
examples in next few slides where I’ll take up the benefits
of time frame alignment, which results into
momentum-driven price moves. So I’ll take you through
three different examples here very quickly. Two are combinations of
60-minute and 15-minute chart, wherein the 60-minute time frame is the medium-term time frame and the 15-minute is the
short-term time frame where you would take entry and exit. Third example that I’ll be discussing is that of a 15-minute
and five-minute chart, where in the 15-minute chart
is the medium-term time frame and the five-minute time frame
is used for entry and exit. So the first chart that
you see in front of you is a 60-minute time frame chart. After a series of small
candlestick bodies, you do get a wide-range supply
candle that sets the tone for the next few sessions. Now once you spot this, you need to move to 15-minute time frame to spot an entry for a
trade that you have to take. So this is the 15-minute time frame chart that we’ll be using for entry and exit. So the first four wide-range
candles that you see are the candles that have
formed the supply candle on the previous chart, that
is the 60-minute chart. Now I have posted this candle, as well, as a sub-chart for your reference. Now once these candles are
formed, you then get a series of small candlestick bodies
on 15-minute time frame chart that are not ideal for entry. Now why they are not ideal for entry? Because they are not
aligning with the trend and there is no wide-range
candle that we are seeing. Now moving forward, we do get
two wide-range demand candles like I’ve shown on the chart. Now, had you been looking
at this time frame alone, you would have assumed
that this particular bias has turned, and price
would be moving higher because of these two demand candles. However, since you have referred to the 60-minute time frame chart earlier, you note that these two
candles do not align with the higher time frame trend. Hence, you let them pass and
wait for a proper entry signal. Now one session later, you do get series of
wide-range supply candles that become your point of entry as price progresses lower for
three consecutive sessions. I hope this example of using
multiple time frame is clear. Now this chart that
you see in front of you is again of a 60-minute time frame. You get one demand candle here that sets the bias for market
for the next few sessions. What you need to do is move down now to a 15-minute time frame chart and seek an entry in this stock. Remember one thing. 60-minute here is the
medium-term time frame. Whereas, 15-minute is
the short-term time frame where you enter and exit a stock. So this is the 15-minute time frame chart. First four candles that you see here are the ones that have resulted in a wide-range demand
candles on a 60-minute chart. Now post this, we do
get two supply candles that are marked here,
which have to be ignored as they don’t align with
the 60-minute trend. Then you get a strong,
wide-range demand candle that becomes your entry candle because this perfectly aligns
with the 60-minute trend that has been set by this demand candle. So following an entry,
you again get a series of small candlestick bodies
and these two supply candles, which have to be ignored
because they do not align with the higher time frame trend. I hope this particular aspect is clear. So this example that you see here is a combination of 15-minute time frame and a five-minute time frame chart. Now 15-minute time frame chart here is used as a medium-term time frame and five-minute is used
as a short-term time frame for entry and exit. So bullish undertone was first set here by a hammer and later confirmed by a wide-range bullish candle. This also appears to be a
bullish engulfing pattern. Now once you spot this,
you then have to move down to a five-minute time
frame to seek an entry. Please remember, this is not
a intraday trading strategy that I’m discussing. I’m just explaining how
powerful this concept of time frame alignment is. So on the left side here,
you get three candles that form bullish engulfing on the 15-minute time frame
chart that we just saw. Suppose this, you get
series of entry points on five-minute time frame chart that help you ride the trend. All these wide-range
candles that you’re seeing, these are valid entry point. You also get these
wide-range supply candles, which you have to ignore
as they don’t align with the trend of higher time frame. I hope this particular aspect is clear. Now unless and until you
operate within a framework, making sense of price action
on smaller time frame charts will remain random. Do not forget this crucial
aspect of intraday trading. Now whenever you want to
trade on intraday basis, always consider two time frames at least. First would tell you about the trend bias and second would tell you when to enter and when to exit a trade. I will also urge you to watch this video and the previous video one more time. Both these videos actually put together and highlight the importance
of putting price action and time frame together. The more you watch, the
more you will learn. So kindly consider hitting the like button and sharing this video, as
well, if you liked the content. In case you have any doubt
about what I’ve shown you or you want some examples from me about time frame combinations, do leave a comment below and I will get back to
you as soon as possible. So thanks a lot for
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  • Yaseen Patel

    March 20, 2019

    Nice video, wish you happy holi

  • Rizwan khan

    March 20, 2019

    Good learning as always …Thank You πŸ™‚

  • Vineeth B

    March 20, 2019

    Fabulous work brooπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ…..

  • Santosh Prajapati

    March 20, 2019

    Thanks for video on time frame sir. It clear my doubt and please let me know that where I can see volume candle chart on software. As in there is no volume candle chart only have plain candle stick chart.
    Thanks again for such important video on time frame.

  • Sam Sindhi

    March 20, 2019

    Best video on multiple time frame awesome sir. U have explained very well. Big fan of your teaching.

  • Dipak Dentist

    March 20, 2019

    Wonderfully explained.

  • Tech Freaks

    March 20, 2019

    Is it necessary to check monthly time frame for long term investor?

  • Sam Sindhi

    March 20, 2019

    For swing can we use this like 4 weeks in a month so if my medium term time frame is weekly chart I can take entry based 7-8 hr. Candle not much practical though (there will be 4 such candle in a week ) plz provide more practical example

  • Parth Giri

    March 20, 2019

    Hi,pls make a video on analysing volume candle on multiple time frames as I find it giving false signals at times for day trade. Tx

  • Akhilesh Chaurasia

    March 20, 2019

    Great explained sir. Now will keep this in mind to increase our trading skill. Thanks.

  • Akhilesh Chaurasia

    March 20, 2019

    Your option series vedios are really build my market reading ability and I will thanksfull to you for such Great initiative. I don't remember that how many times I have watched your each option chain vedios but the way you explained it with examples was great and now I am analysing the market accordingly and getting confident in analysing the market direction. Thanks for the PCR, IV & OI rules in last four vedios. And it is working well. Thanks again for all free tuition which you are giving without any greed.

  • amit meshram

    March 20, 2019

    Again a well explained video……thanks
    your videos are helping me in clearing my doubts.
    Happy HOLI

  • madala chandrakanth

    March 20, 2019

    hi, i am using ZERODHA platform, i dont see WIDE RANGE HIGH VOLUME CANDLES chart with zerodha, do any other application have this, please suggest.

  • Shankav Kaushik

    March 20, 2019

    As always excellent video , keep it up πŸ‘

  • Are Purnachander

    March 20, 2019

    Sir your explanation is so good…How can we make decisions to enter into trade by analysing previous day time frame as the set up totally changes in actual scenario on the day of trading.

  • Ashish Prajapati

    March 20, 2019

    Thank you for sharing such knowledge . Happy Holi Bro to you and to your whole family Stay Blessed πŸ™‚

  • Sai Ram Pothineni

    March 20, 2019

    Always look for your videos…great teaching with clarity in concept and intention to help your fellow traders….thank you sir

  • Ashish Prajapati

    March 20, 2019

    How can I align my 30 min Higher TF – If I m using 3min TF Do I have to use 30-15-3 or 30-3 or I have to shift to 60-15-3 . Please advise

  • Basavaraj Gadagin

    March 20, 2019

    Was eagerly waiting for this video bro, and again you nailed it, awesome presentation and great display of knowledge, you are making your fellow traders life easy by educating them (including me), thank you and god bless πŸ™‚

  • suyash kumar

    March 20, 2019

    pls share stretegy on option trading

  • Gnana Velu

    March 20, 2019

    One more good video. Thanks alot πŸ™‚

  • chunduru surandranath

    March 20, 2019

    Hi brother, watched this video 2 times, just as usual we can't stop appreciating for your vision of teaching.
    OK putting things in line what u meant was ensure the trend, identify a demand candle in 60 min for a long trade for example mark it's high low(just my view for reference to ignore 15 min demand candles), drill down to 15 mins ensure a supply candle for better entry. Here as per your experience can we still stick to long bias if price(our 15min entry supply candle) is below the 60min supply candle where i marked.
    Thanks God bless your children

  • Govind sahu

    March 20, 2019

    Dear sir a great video but would like to request you for a trade setup with 2 timeframe…. I am referring the same for a long time but unable to understand the exact entry and exit … Would be greatful if you can post a single vedio for the same…. Thanks a lot again for such a informative vedio

  • raja S

    March 20, 2019

    Very good learning sir

  • Sathiyamoorthy V

    March 20, 2019

    Excellent as ever,
    the interaction of multiple time frames was explained in a great manner
    Thank you very much sir

  • Sanat Kumar

    March 20, 2019

    Happy Holi !!!
    You are very deep knowledge of the Market.
    This video is a bit confusing for me but I will watch this video again by tomorrow. Meanwhile could you please share a few more timeframe example.

  • sushil yadav

    March 20, 2019

    Sir, The Best Time frame combination for intraday trading…

  • sanjay kapoor

    March 20, 2019

    Sir very nicely explained video for beginners like me. Please keep up the good work. Thanks

  • Venumadhav Bikkina

    March 20, 2019

    Informative, brings clarity on intraday trading. Love the way of explaination, makes price action trading subtle and simple. Thanks a lot and looking forward eagerly for more knowledge of wealth. Happy Holi

  • Rajesh Kurra

    March 20, 2019

    Fine tuned of Time Frames. Very Well explained.. Will be waiting for coming videos. Kindly deliver Intraday chapter as soon as possible.
    Thanks #TradeWithTrend πŸ™‚

  • ma sm

    March 20, 2019

    Grt. Started learning in better manner & clear direction!

  • pawan thareja

    March 20, 2019

    Really informative video ..Eye opener for me …But i need more clarity on multiple time frame analysis specially the 3 time frame analysis ..if you can share some example and there is one more thing i want to learn is how to time the market in Intraday for example my multi time analysis say that price is bullish but that day nifty or the corresponding sector is weak … so it is highly likely that my trade would not take as i want .. so if in your future video if you can throw some light on the importance of timing the market using Multi time analysis .. Nifty and sector trend analysis and the stock analysis combined … I would be really grateful .. Thanks again sir. Really loving the hard work you are doing for us ..

  • CompilingInput

    March 21, 2019

    Need more combo examples from live chart, won't reversals screw this time frames confluence?

  • Dany Kataki

    March 21, 2019

    Thank you sir, if u can include any script with few examples of charts will be helpful. Awaiting for the next upload.

  • Bijaya Kumar

    March 21, 2019

    Sir make some more videos on Swing trading.

  • Soumen Mondal

    March 21, 2019

    Happy Holi to my Respected Teacher.

  • Raghavendra Kulkarni

    March 21, 2019

    You have given a very strong deep analysis. You have given me more insight for me. I am enthralled on subject, I think nobody has shared such knowledge till date on time frame πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹

  • Samir Prajapati

    March 21, 2019

    Volume candles in trading view ???
    Can you share the script??
    By the way…very good understanding..
    Can we apply same for monthly,weekly and entry-exit in daily for Swing trading??

  • Masti 2 Bara

    March 21, 2019

    Very well teaching, simple and sweet.

  • charudatta phadkay

    March 21, 2019

    Very well explained as usual. Great going. Thnks!

  • Rajesh Kurra

    March 21, 2019

    Dear TradeWithTrend, can u suggest me the scripts for positional trades, before or after results coming in April.
    I would like to take positions for Swing Trading.
    I'll get back to you on ur mail regarding this.

  • Mohit Singh Puri

    March 21, 2019

    Thank you, sir, again for your time and energy.
    The factor concept is wonderful in my opinion.(learning)

    I know sir, you might be busy.

    But, it would be great if you could validate the same.

    Parag Parikh long term equity fund ( growth, direct)

    Hdfc top 100 (direct)

    SIP investment in both.

    Risk: Low to moderate.
    Tenure: 20 years
    Sorry for bothering you again.

    Thanks for entertaining my doubts all the time.

  • Tripurarai Mondal

    March 21, 2019

    I am a great admirer of your works. I can understand what a tremendous hard work you devote to make your tutorials a superb class. Your works are simply great. Your contribution to the investing community are most dependable guidance for trading in the most delicate arena of share trading. Many in the market aims at earning huge amount of money by delivering so called tips i.e. trading advise. But I think nobody of them are as convincing as you are. I wish you all happiness and prosperity in personal life, a successful wealth builder too.

  • Narender Chawla

    March 21, 2019

    Thanks for all the efforts u put in for us. Happy Holi

  • Avinash J R

    March 21, 2019

    Please make a video on Williams Fractals & how to use it on which time frame which is available in Tradingview,Thanks.

  • kkmb

    March 21, 2019

    Thanks for your effort and time. Nowadays it is taking more time to take notes from your teachings, it is tough to decide which one to take and which one to leave. I don't know how you manage to delivery this, its amazing. I have seen some candles with high volume with no price movement in the charts shown in videos, what it means? (one of my old doubt). Have a nice time.

  • joethim

    March 21, 2019

    Excellent video, the couple of slides where you showed the multiple time frames for comparison were awesome. They conveyed the point!

  • jackachillies

    March 21, 2019

    Last time I asked for multi time frame analysis and tada it's done .Thanks sir …if you have any internship position do let me know

  • Ashish Pandey

    March 21, 2019

    As usual priceless Information you have imparted in this video……

  • Ashish Pandey

    March 21, 2019

    The clarity of your knowledge shows that your not less than any FII or DII

  • Sridhar Singamsetty

    March 21, 2019

    Thank you for the knowledge. My query is that as 3 timeframe analysis is required to be done alongwith candle volume charts, is it required to have dual monitor setup for intraday trading. Please through some light on essential hardware setup required for intraday and scalping.

  • Ajith kumar

    March 21, 2019

    Thanks for taking your voluble time to give people free education…..

  • Prakash P

    March 21, 2019

    As always ……. Exalent vedio Sir. After watching this vedio, I think my medium term TF would be hourly candle and short term TF would be 10 min candle. I wanted to use 10 min candle but I was using 15 min candle because no trader is talking about this TF. I personally believe 10 min candle is ideal as 5 min candle is too fast to take entry or exit and 15 min candle will bit slow. Know after this vedio, I think, I got clarity on my TF. Thank you so much for all your efforts.

  • Sukhwinder Pal

    March 21, 2019

    Amazing explanation…..


    March 22, 2019

    thks for video bro but make video of like 60min with 10 min chart where we enter and which level we put stop loss pls explain

  • vetriselvan natarajan

    March 22, 2019

    Thanks so much for this videoπŸ™. Something is hitting my head after that 5 min candle and 60 min candle examples ;). Will watch them again.

  • God bless

    March 22, 2019

    Thank you sir . Video was v informative. Kindly throw some light on selecting time frame wrt to volatility.
    One query sir :
    Like in the current situation many times market just goes on moving in one direction even post expiry. My question is if market is super bullish then people would have definitely shorted puts, then when will these people book their profits if market is bullish throughout & post expiry.
    Thank you.


    March 23, 2019

    Nicely explained the relationship between different time frames. Superb!!. Keep it up.

  • Srinivas Kiran

    March 24, 2019

    Really Surprising, low views. This is the best amongst the videos you posted. Great learning for me. double thanks.

  • yogesh chitte

    March 25, 2019

    Good information…Nice explaination..

  • Amit Nasta

    March 31, 2019

    Hello Sir, the lesson on multi time frame is really good and very powerful technique. In the upcoming video please can you explain the following for people practicing intraday trading
    1. Can we stick to one stock initially and wait for set ups to emerge on the stock
    2. Do we use a quick scanner to scan stocks having some kind of set up (i.e. price action + volume)
    3. Do we go through a predefined stock list (nifty 50/100) post market and get a list of stocks to be traded for the next day
    4. OR we keep a list of stock which are trending / ranging and keep alerts in the system for important levels and get ready there for execution
    Also for the multi time frame analysis, what should be the set up in the trading / charting terminals
    – Should be have only execution time frame at the time of trading
    – OR we should have a cascade of chart of three time frames or just two time frames
    thanks a lot in advance for your responses.

  • Laxmikant Lahoti

    April 7, 2019

    Amazing… would like to see how you choose stock for intraday trading…

  • Vaijayanti Mhalsekar

    April 7, 2019


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  • Shekhar Upreti

    April 14, 2019

    Precise, Precious and priceless information as always, hats off to you boss!!!

  • Rizwan khan

    April 16, 2019

    Watching these intraday series videos again and again and puting these concepts in practice …You are a gem of a person …Thank You sir πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡

  • raj Sekar

    May 4, 2019

    Indepth knowledge sir… Thanks so much

  • Growing world

    May 12, 2019

    u r video is awseom.
    i m the guy
    learning from part 5
    part 4
    part 1…

  • Growing world

    May 13, 2019

    nyc lly explained sir
    watching 4th time…
    when u will begin next parts sir……..

  • Sachin Jaiswal

    May 24, 2019

    Thank you so much for such gr8 video. I have one question,
    If price increases in 2 or 3 candle and volume size is low then it means that trend is bearish or something else

  • Amanjot Gill

    June 2, 2019

    Awesome Video So informative Thanks for presenting such good video with so much information which actual paid videos wont even show

  • Goodoboy TheMan

    June 17, 2019

    Hello sir. Thank you so much for your effort. Question please. For over a year, I only use 3 minutes time-frame to trade intraday setups. Now I want to add more high probability with my trade setups on 3 minutes chart. I was experimenting with 60 minutes chart. How do I select a higher TF chart to combine with my 3 minutes chart? I was thinking 30 min chart to use. Of course, everything must be backtested before applying real money. Thank you so much

  • Goodoboy TheMan

    June 17, 2019

    Hello sir, I watch the video two times and I have some questions to make sure I understand the theory of trading with trend using 3 TimeFrames for Trend Analysis for Trend Reference, Trend Confirmation and Exectuion and price action. Questions 1. If I am using the 30,60, 100 moving averages on all timeframes (5 min, 15 min, and 60 min), are you suggesting wait for all 3 moving averages are aligned on ALL 3 timeframes before using an intraday strategy to execute trade on 5 min? Or only confirm moving averages align on 15 min and 60 min, and the just use 5 min for execution? In other leave the moving averages off the 5 min chart? Thanks for the clarification.

  • Goodoboy TheMan

    June 18, 2019

    Thank you. So if I wanted to use the 15 minutes and 3 minutes time frame for alignment with 15 min as trend reference and 3 min for entry and exit time frame. I would first confirm the bullish/bearish tone on 15 min, then go to 3 min confirm the tone I saw on 15 min then look for entry and exit on 3 min? In other words, make sure the trend I see on 15 min correspond with the trend I see on 3 min, and Then look for entry and exit? Thank you for your time

  • Krishnan E

    June 19, 2019

    you are awesome. God bless you

  • HSK

    June 22, 2019

    I use 4 hr 1 hr and 15 min for crude oil, I tried RSI (Andrew card well), macd to find trend in higher time frame but always fail. Please guide me which indicator to use for trend identification on higher time frame. RSI or macd don't work.

  • Goodoboy TheMan

    June 23, 2019

    Great Video. May I please have your thoughts on my practicing with a 30 minute timeframe as Trend Reference and 3 minute time frame as Entry and Exit?

  • Goodoboy TheMan

    June 27, 2019

    Hello sir, do you have a video where you discuss how to trail a winner using trailing stops or money management? Such as intraday scalp vs intraday swinging?

  • Madhu Yadav

    July 3, 2019

    plse do more videos on time frame combinaton

  • mullapudi hari chandra prasad chowdary

    July 7, 2019

    excellent ….

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  • Srikaran Reddy

    July 18, 2019

    Hi !! Can u gives us notes for the videos ? Request to give us soft coft

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    July 21, 2019

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  • saravan rv

    July 22, 2019

    Dear bro u r videos is very clear and super. It is very useful. Tnx pro

  • rajesh singh

    August 6, 2019

    You r really doing a Very Hard Work, so that a layman also understand easily. God Bless You Bro.

  • Robert Joseph

    August 12, 2019

    Based on 6 as common factor why don't we go for 30min and 5min time frame.

  • Arun Ray

    August 21, 2019

    Sir thank you so much. You have done such a milestone work with exect content and manner that a biggnner try to find out also sir you never excuse like " I will explain xyz point in another vedio because vedio getting longer " and that vedio will never come or comes very late to corelte point very confusing

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  • romanov1124

    August 25, 2019

    As shown on chart where one has to take entry at short time frame just want to understand where one can take entry at the closing or opening of short term candle?


  • Rajiv Chongtham

    September 6, 2019

    Have you ever trade using 2 min time frame with vwap strategy? Will it be reliable?

  • Anurag harne

    September 14, 2019

    Thank you for this video Sir.

  • yogesh ingale

    September 19, 2019

    Excellent information and wonderful presentation , and easy to understand for beginners πŸ‘πŸ‘

  • subhendu biswas

    September 21, 2019

    amazing!!! as usual sir ji

  • sumedh kamble

    October 9, 2019

    Can you share any live examples of this strategy, how to implement it in real time

  • Lalchand Balotia

    October 12, 2019

    i Never Feel Time Frames impact That Much, Thank Bro For Your Efforts β€οΈβ€οΈπŸ™

  • V R

    October 13, 2019

    I use 5 min+15 mins + 1 hr time frame… Is it ok?

  • xylon Siah

    October 14, 2019

    U mentioned Application of time frame for stock, how about for forex trading?

  • milind gade

    November 12, 2019

    Thanks you for such clarity in the time-frame concept

  • kiran kumar

    November 25, 2019

    It will be great you give some more examples on time frame


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