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    Rookie Member

    How to trade effectively on below 1 hour expiry? !!!

    Hi all

    I'm sorry if this question has already been asked or sound very obvious to you. Which strategy in BOTS can be used in expiry time bellow 1 hour?

    I heard somewhere that chart bellow 1 hour often gif false signals. Are simple price action and some indicator can be trusted in those timeframe? How to make it more reliable?

    I just want to make sure about the broker that I will choose, because different broker has different expiry time.

    I like Anyoption and it's 1hr expiry and I've already got used to it but for certain withdrawal reason I can't choose It. So I move to 24option but I had to get used to the lower expiry time.

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    Specialist Member marvel's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by sombreno View Post
    Hi all

    I'm sorry if this question has already been asked or sound very obvious to you. Which strategy in BOTS can be used in expiry time bellow 1 hour?

    I heard somewhere that chart bellow 1 hour often gif false signals. Are simple price action and some indicator can be trusted in those timeframe? How to make it more reliable?

    I just want to make sure about the broker that I will choose, because different broker has different expiry time.

    I like Anyoption and it's 1hr expiry and I've already got used to it but for certain withdrawal reason I can't choose It. So I move to 24option but I had to get used to the lower expiry time.
    Hi, sombreno.

    There is a full section on BOTS website dedicated on strategies. There is detailed description on each strategy is it appropriate to use or not, is it good for short or long time frames. Check them and select one of them you like. Than if you have other questions share which is your favorite strategy and we will try to help you for tweaks on it!

  3. #3
    Rookie Member
    yes thank you, I will try to read them again.

    I asked because I want to make sure they can be used in short expiry, almost all the example pictures here use higher time frame chart.

    The shape of the candle is different in lower time frames.

  4. #4
    Junior Member
    I also read most of the articles and the examples are with bigger time frame candles, but that is not a problem to implement them into shorter time frames. I have many tests that showed me most of the strategies working on H4 and daily charts could be easily adapted to H1 and 30 minutes charts, more difficulties arise when you go down to 15 and 5 minutes, as the market dynamic in lower frames become much different than in bigger frames. On one minutes almost all strategies fail to give reliable and trustworthy signals. I prefer trading on one hour charts, options with four hour or daily expirations. This is the best time frame, there are enough trading signals and at the same time the market noise is mostly reduced.

  5. #5
    Solid Member susan's Avatar
    Charts below one hour expiration are difficult to be analyzed by newbie traders. It is better to start with four hour and daily charts and than slowly moving down to one hour and 30 minutes. Only after at least several months or better a year trading and training on higher time frame charts it will be good to move to lower ones. I personally started trading on H4 charts and now I am trading also on H1 charts, everything lower than that is too much noisy for me and too difficult to predict.

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