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#5 How to trade when multiple timeframes are in conflict 

Last Updated: July 31, 2019

By Rayner

I’ve got a question recently by one of you asking…

“How do you trade when multiple timeframes are in conflict?”

Now, I’m sure this is a question you can relate to.

Imagine:

You’re looking to long on the Daily timeframe (perhaps there is a bullish setup).

But on the weekly timeframe, the market is in a downtrend. So, what do you do?

Do you still go long?

Do you go short?

Or stay out?

And this is what you’ll learn in today’s episode — how to trade when there are conflicting timeframes in your trading.

So, click below to watch it right now…

Then go read this post on how to use multiple timeframes analysis in your trading.

How to use multiple timeframes and improve your trading entries

Do you have a question for me?

Just let me know in the comments section below and I’ll do my best to help.

I look forward to hearing from you!

  • Hi, I didn´t understand because you say one option is to wait the too timeframes to align and other option is only see one time frime and look for a pullback for example in a bullish trend to enter the trade? So, are the two options correct?
    Thanks
    Gabriel

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