The Multiple Time Frame Analysis (MTFA) is the process of viewing the same currency pair under different time frames – that being said, it is often used in Forex Trading.
Usually the larger time frame is used to establish a longer-term trend, while a shorter time frame is used to spot ideal entries into the market.
Multiple time frame analysis follows a top down approach when trading and allows traders to gauge the longer-term trend while spotting ideal entries on a smaller time frame chart. After deciding on the appropriate time frames to analyze, traders can then conduct technical analysis using multiple time frames to confirm or reject their trading bias.
In this workshop, you’d see how the MFTA can be applied to trading in the stock market as well, through the lens of a full-time trader in this seminar series.
Join Jay Tun, an equities and derivatives trader, as he shares with you what separates institutional and retail traders, alternative products you can trade besides equities, and how you can create a trading strategy that works in your favour.
In the first part of this workshop, you’ll learn about:
✔ Understanding the types of markets and how it impacts your strategies
✔ Incorporating different timeframes into your trading to maximise your trades
✔ The one most important thing that professionals use to test their and verify their strategies
✔ How to utilise two simple technical analysis tools effectively that usually outperform complicated tools
✔ Habits and daily regimes of successful traders that every trader needs to know and follow
There will also be a live chart trading examples to highlight the importance of multiple time frame analysis, that can be applied for the stock market.
You can look forward to upgrade your trading skillset in this 3-hour workshop.
Get to mingle, network and ask questions with Jay and other traders as well.
Register your seat now. Strictly limited seats.
This exclusive event is free to attend and sponsored by City Index.
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